Hotel Caballo Andaluz
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... back of the ship. That is one of the benefits of an aft facing balcony cabin!
Last night, after the olds retired to their beds, David and I went to the night club "SKYWALKERS"
it was really good fun, again no kids! and we stayed there 'til gone 1am. Art about 3am I was woken by the sound of Barbara's, ever so quiet, voice ringing out from the balcony on their cabin. I almost fell out of bed in my rush because I thought maybe ...
... to wear), although they did relieve a couple of girls of their potato chip bags (on a personal note- despite their vicious reputation, if they had tried taking potato chips away from me, they would have experienced a new brand of screeching & teeth gnashing).
We did see everything we wanted to see and even enjoyed chilling in the main square as most of the cruisers seemed to rush back for lunch but I can certainly see where cruising is something of a fast food version of ...
... toilets before someone pointed out to me that the men’s where upstairs. After looking around the gift shop we descended down the hill a little back to where the minivans were parked to see the monkeys again. A few more monkeys had shown up and a small crowd of both us and old Asian tourists had gathered around for a photo. The guide showed a few people how to hold your hand in a closed fist and the monkeys think you have food so they will come up ...
Tuesday 29/10 (Day 3)
We woke up early to a rocking ship! 60 mph side winds and strong
waves are hitting the boat from the side, so it is rocking real good. Last night
we’ve crossed through the Gibraltar straights, and left the Mediterranean and
entered the open Atlantic Ocean. For the kids it is a terrible shock and they
are quite seasick. Poor things! John & I are fine (I, Elah actually love
it), but for them it is a ...
... this category to include onesies; the comfortable attire which should only ever be reserved for lazy winter weekends as you’re eating your own body weight in chocolate and yet people insist on wearing in public; my latest spot was at Gatwick airport on a woman (who was old enough to know better) in a Watermelon onesie. Watermelon. Onesie.
Obviously there are many other sub-categories but generally 80% of airport folk can ...