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... art publications. It was great to see them again and visit their gallery. I'ld spent time there before learning about the clay they dig straight from the fields. In 2006 I made a couple of small pieces which Kitty fired and when I returned in 2008 there they were waiting for me. They do pit firings mostly and sometimes firings above the ground. It's the first time I've seen her paintings though and they are huge.
What do I love here...the market, ...
... s been a whole 36 hours of retail denial since we’ve been to a mall so we head off to Robinson’s Mall on the other side of town, though we do have legitimate shopping reasons. Sort of…
At the Mall we buy coffee and they have a grinder which appears to have never been used. These guys don’t do coffee, they do 3 in 1. An insipid mix of Nescafe, sugar and powdered milk all in a convenient little sachet. It’s awful. On my attempt to grind the ...
... pool out back and just beyond, a fence and gate leading to the beach. I could see and hear the local kids splashing around in the sea.
I talked to the ladies. There are six rooms here, two downstairs of which one is mine and another four upstairs. Outside my room is a nice sofa and large LCD screen and big speakers. Behind them is a nice big kitchen.
Seems I'm the only guest here.
I get that a lot.
"The one that nearly got away"
I settle into ...
... I couldn't feel it. I started talking to Cande (Argentinian girl) about how much I love Argentina and that Buenos Aires is my favourite city. After a few beers here we headed to another bar which was just down the road. It was live music again, but I thought it was really good. We had a couple more beers here before going to the last bar which was Zanzee bar back in the town centre. We all managed to squeeze on a tricycle. Joe stayed at the last bar because he was ...
... seen and also an opportunity to swim with turtles! So of course we planned to do this, who wouldn't!? We booked ourselves in for the next trip and off we went! It was very cheap considering how much it costs to 'do it yourself', really good value. Assumed from the price we shouldn't get our hopes up about a good quality tour. We were so wrong! There were only 7 of us which was lovely and a really nice group too. We all picked our own gear etc as ...
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