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After yesterdays thrilling rugby, Señor is up bright and breezy, full of the joys of spring and says that he's looking forward to his celtic cousins giving the anglo saxons a good shellacking. 3pm and he's off on the bus to The Irish Fiddler in Estepona for the kick off at 4pm.
It's a dog's life!!
I hope to report more interesting shena****ns next week.
Hasta la próxima vez,
... had warned us about touching and feeding them may result in a 500 Pound fine. I made my way up and into the cave. They had installed lights and staircases inside making it easy to get around. But the open space and coloured lights felt like you could have an awesome party in there if you had some music and more people. Most of the lights were blue but a few changed between two or three colours. Looking at the walls and ceiling of the first chamber you ...
... concerts or plays and was once a shelter for early inhabitants of the area. There is staduim seating and multi-colored lights casting a hue of everchanging color upon the stalagtites. From there we found the trail head for the Meditteranean Steps and worked our way around the Southern portion of the peninsula to the Pilars of Hercules. After watching the apes a while longer, we continued to the Great Siege Tunnels and finally passed the Moorish ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of planes: 3
# of trains: 6
# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 16
... on the rocks but they were inside a park which you had to pay to get it. Our van was too big to take the winding road up (it actually had a sign saying no vans) and as it was getting late in the afternoon we didn’t have time to get the cable car up. So afterwards we headed to Algeciras (back in Spain) where we were getting the ferry from on Monday ...