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... me stay I had purchased them a bottle of local wine in the North, famous for the region. As they do not speak English Ruben helped me to prepare a speech in Spanish which i re-wrote phonetically so that I could pronounce the words correctly, it was quite funny!
'Muchas gracias por dejarme dormir aqui. Quiero regarlos una botella de vino en seual de agradeuvitento.' (Muchos gracias por deharmeh doormeer aki. Kero regarlos una botelya de albaringo ...
... up then laid the sheet back down and they were all hooked into the slits by the arms.. pretty clever idea, we wanted to tell this poor guy in Benaldemina he should do it too..) Then sure enough you see further down the line that they are all packing up quickly and disappearing, the sunnies guy chucked them all in the sheet again..he hadn't even had one sale! Another girl was about to get her hair braided, the lady was pretty rough and it was funny watching the poor girl. When the ...
From Valencia I took a train to Malaga, on the south coast of Spain. There I met up with a mate from school, Elliott, and a few of his mates – Danesh, Danny and Gabriel. We had rented an apartment for the week for feria – Malaga's annual festival. Malaga is quite nice, but the festival itself is a joke. There is no main event/ceremony unifying the celebrations. Day ...
... be said for my husband who, for reasons only understood by himself, ploughs straight through the mud with not a care in the world. It goes over the tops of his trainers and splashes high up his legs. To say he looks a sight is an understatement. Fellow climbers stare at his nonchalance in shocked silence, their faces though, betray their horror as they turn to each other, and me. Frankly, I am embarrassed. Why mine? I question him, and he reacts with irritation saying that ...
... Islamic times, these rites continued both by Muslims and Christians, they would go to the fields and dance around the bonfires, wearing new, white clothes. It says they would hang figs wrapped in straw to bring the blessings from the skies… A very interesting insight into life during the Islamic era here in Andalucia.
Then I continue on up the road which winds high up the hillside giving a grand view of the valley with an ...
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