Rio Piedras Apartments
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... manage to bite in devious places (soles of feet and between fingers) has water in it all year round and also a huge statue of a fish poking through its surface.
There are teenagers riding around on motos and canoodling in parks, I even saw two bicycles on their sides by a bunch of bushes, their leaves shaking with canoodlations! There are well kept parks lined with white flowers and enormous cypress trees and others the roots of which Hobbits could take up residence in. ...
I thought the end was nigh when I went to collect my NIE; the number you need to stay in Spain that I'd applied for over a week ago. The same smug woman from the week before, who'd been so disgusted at the idea that I was taking a teensy slither of the very humble Spanish employment pie, seemed to take great pleasure in telling me that I needed to get my NIE in Valencia and not in Murcia because I'd given a Valencia address.
I'd used the address of Mum and ...
After an early morning walk Jenny and I had breakfast then chatted with Viickie. In what seemed no time it was time to get ready for our special lunch at a place called Bebate which is located high in a mountain. It was once a small village and now converted to a conference centre. the food entertainment and company ...
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> From: Taryn Ross
> Date: 22 September, 2014 4:27:53 PM GMT+02:00
> To: Terri Ross google , Dave Ross , Quinn Ross
> okay, the photos , that are somewhere on this blog, are of the Rosswalds in Formentera. All my entries are out of sequence. It's a game of Where's Waldo. Basically, Vancouver, Madrid, Mallorca, ...
... That not much to record happened today! That was the plan so I suppose that it was a well-executed plan, really. The swimming pool. The camping chair. The kindle. Various real - as in they have actual paper pages - books that I'm reading. A very healthy lunch once again. No prawns or crab sticks, Al, but egg mayonnaise and ham with the salad. A picture? What of lunch? How boring is ...