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... fellows who are ripping you off! The greater moral of this story is that her reaction to moneyed matters is 25 light years distant from that suggested to me by 'people in the know' who warned me against being partnered to a Filipina. They are, they said, light fingered and have countless dependent aunts, out-of-work uncles, crippled cousins, dying grandparents and insolvent best friends who are inclined the same way. The reality is that I am ...
... bay! :-)
PS 2: Rosie? I had to cut down your seashell collection due to packing space! Sorry (still got a few though so no panic "my dear old thing"!)
PS 3: Bumble Bee? I read the "Ice Princess"in 2 days flat... you do know your books! Thanks buddy!
PS 4: Cheeky Kathi? Thanks for the weather forecast! Cauliflower soup& homebaked cake is on! You know where I hide so just turn up for a 1000pics fairy tale! Be warned :-)
... pas) un caméléon, un vrai de vrai!
Chapeau bas les amis... c'était super!
Le retour s'est fait sur un petit nuage rose (entre 2 coups de klaxon)!
Il est maintenant temps pour Nathalie&Cie d'aller se restaurer mais aussi de laisser reposer son fessier! Et oui! LA route peut entre en compétition avec un bon gruyère... les trous sont aussi nombreux dans les 2!
Byebye mes cailles!
... idea, unless of course it is to stop the fungus spreading to every digit? Lesley his wife was supercharged.
There were six of us, Andrew & Larisa, Sim & Tess, Nick & I: and the other couple were Mary Ann (another Texan who lives here) and Wendy, a freelance photographer who works for the UN and various charities.
Mr Masai waded through the water and loaded our bags and we pushed off. A small dhow, ...
... I will try to learn more as to why next time!
Beer tomorrow. Two tuskers here I come.
This afternoon was another kettle bells session. Now bearing in mind I still have a lower back problem, and Rupert did his back in doing kettle bells on the second day, and you swing a 12kg bell above your head and down between your legs, and all sorts of weird stuff, I am a little terrified of injuring myself. But I have to say it was brilliant. I ...