Residence Emilio's Bar
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... noon tintinnabulation. There were a couple of lads on the steps of a nearby palacio, one with a guitar, taking it in turn to wail a dreadful noise. This was, allegedly, Flamenco, so I dropped a euro into their basket. I am quite happy to contribute when someone is trying to earn a penny. What gets my goat is the beggars who pester pester pester and follow me around gabbling in a fast shrieking language which may or may not be ...
The weather in the uk is bad and rare and when Peter and Margs came the weather here was wet and a little chilly for some of the days. The locals tell us that this is unusual weather here. Margs and I like to swim but had no chance, however , we all enjoyed ourselves. I did king prawns in coconut and spices when they arrived. The next day was paella made in a friend's restaurant and my treat. The next day was beef curry. Peter treated us for the final meal in ...
... full of them! How does he eat them? He will just throw it in to his mouth with shells, and suck the meat out. Yeeek! We asked about it to our waiter who explained to us where they get them from, how they cook, and how amazing they taste. Well, apparently, super tasty. One thing I quietly laughed at was that he said "It first sounds weird to eat snails, but it's just like eating Sushi, once you eat it, it's amazing." Hahaha. Well, ...
... locals do not appear to speak much English. My Spanish is limited to buying beer and food, a vocabulary which I did not expect to be much use when trying to discuss 3G internet tariffs.
It is 7:00 in the evening, but the town centre appears to going full swing, with most of the shops open.
I find the a shop ...
We all need some sleep (Adel - Rolling in the Deep)
T.E.C.S under the summer sun
Working from dawn to dusk
With my friends havin' fun
Blue team, white team who'll win colour war
Intercamp has been an' done
and our feet are so sore