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... and I were suffering brought us very welcome glasses of cold water. They had not met Marilyn before. The girls were fascinated by her jewellery and she soon found that they had removed her necklace and were passing it around, each trying it on in turn. Another girl got hold of our roll of sticky tape and decided to stick a piece over her mouth. Then they all wanted to do this and have their photos taken. We hoped that the staff at the school didn’t think it was ...
... buffet on the beach and there was a stage set up for some sort of musical performance later. The even more expensive Casa de la Flora resort next door had wigwam-like structures draped in white netting erected over candlelit tables on the beach. At Tonson one or two of the tables had been reserved but I was early enough to get a table and watch the sun setting as I tucked into some lovely food and watched the red heart-shaped lanterns, which were selling like hot cakes, ...
... and had fallen and grazed her knee. My burnt thumb was still inflamed and sore and Ian had some nasty mosquito bites that weren’t healing. Barbara and Ian left early so that Barbara could put something on to stop the itching and then read up about shingles on the internet.
Wednesday was New Year’s Eve and a glorious day with hardly a cloud in the sky. Nicky and I were going to White Sand Beach and we couldn’t have picked a better day for ...
... still able to see a lot of different species of fish. On the way back to the boat after the second and final session we still hadn't managed to see any sea turtles and were a little disappointed. Miraculously one suddenly appeared in front of us but unfortunately I was a bit slow with the camera and only managed to get a photo of its bum. However I promise we definitely saw one even if we don't have any clear photographic evidence!
... in Ukraine and I want to die in Ukraine."
"We want the Russians to **** off," Krystina jumped in.
"OK." I said, with a pause, then continued, "What is the percentage of ethnic Russians in eastern Ukraine?"
"I believe that two years ago the census reported 30 percent. Twelve years ago, I think it was 50 percent," Dennis said.
"How is that possible?" I asked.
"Social unrest. Ethnicity changes like the wind where we live. There ...