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Woken up at 7:30 by the sun streaming in the balcony window. So got up for early morning coffee then down to the Pacific Restaurant for breakfast. After breakfast went up on deck, sunny with a light breeze and we are heading to pass through the Straits of Gibraltar today. The ship is sailing closer to the Morocco side of the Straits so did not have a good view of Gib. In the morning we played deck quoits and shuffleboard without ...
... the tables, under the tables, shouting out the windows, throwing drawing pins, wiping my work from the board, running behind me and sniffing my ****, his foot prints on the backs of the children whose mothers and homes he curses as 'fea'... ugly. Takes one to know one in my book! What an ugly child. He'll occasionally take himself into the corner of the room and bawl his eyes out. My boss has told me that he is adopted, spoiled and ...
... of Aussie boats have appeared in the marina. Mister Kitty has set about our winter projects for the boat with gusto while I'm getting myself into a working/writing routine in the hope of accomplishing as much of both as possible over winter.
We haven't yet seen as many of the sights of Cartagena as we intend to, but we've got lots of time for exploring the history and culture of the city. In the meantime, we'll enjoy the sun!
... local council is on a Spanish-style slow mission to take all branches off the trees that line many streets taking all the shade away. Why? perhaps they'd rather desecrate the trees than sweep up the Autumn fall.
There are a surprising 8 new teachers at the Academy and only 2 existing teachers. It appears that its almost a training Academy for first-jobbers and not something I was expecting. I shouldn't wonder its because its so badly run that no-one ever stays beyond the ...
... on climate change” on the back of the truck. Basil
lost no time in telling me that Europe would be bought to its knees
economically if forced to react to what he considered to be a natural climate
cycle. Good old Basil, like many of my and Gaels generation, find the
scientific reality of climate change a little too hard to deal with. Unfortunately
sticking your head up your **** and hoping for the best isn’t good enough ...