Cannes Beach Residence
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On the road early first stop Aix-en-Provence. The city of water, fountains everywhere and also a university town. It was founded in 123 BC by the Romans and now has a population of over 140,000 people so a big place, it has amazed us as to the size of so many of the towns. They do have to get 65M people somehow I presume. Fortunately for the girls …
... LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOOOMMMMMM.... "Marina, Milena needs you, plase!!" LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOMMMMMM....LURCH..... BAM.... LURCH....LURCH HARDER.... BAM, BAM, CRASH, SPLASH, KAAAAAAAAAAAA-BOOOOOOMMMMMM.... Marina struggled her way to me.... and both of us descended into the saloon. She, like I, was horrified to see the damage in the saloon -- including the ...
... fairing quite badly, with a stomach that was radiating heat at an alarming rate. We laughed for hours as willy paraded his beetroot body and stark white bottom. It appeared that I was the only one that had somehow avoided getting burnt- a rare occurrence for me but allowed me to dish out the jokes for the evening at the expense of my 3 little tomatoes. After showering and moisturising our over exposed bodies we figured it was dinner time. Willy had been ...
started our last day in nice getting croissants and coffee from the
bakery under our hotel. Yum! As we were eating it a guy walked in with
his dog. We have seen all over paris and nice that dogs are allowed
anywhere really. In pubs, in restaurants.. Bakeries... Shopping centres,
trains, buses... There are no restrictions!!! Don't worry about the
food regulations at all. Some dogs we see sitting on the counters of
restaurants! Sanitation at its finest.... ...
... side of the industry doesn't appear to be all that dissimilar from tech.
So, Ryan Gosling, when you're finished with your unspecified break from acting and directorial debut, I have the perfect premise for a film in which you star as a Muslim squash world champion from Pakistan. I'm confident the training montage in which you appear shirtless and sweaty for several consecutive minutes will guarantee a positive return on investment.
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