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... t believe the quality of art work they produced!
This week's camp has been at the Museum of Archaelogy. It's a bit bigger of a group. Water games are incorporated, which the girls appreciate to cool down with! They pack a lunch each day and supposedly are very popular for their peanut butter and jelly that no one here has seen ...
... and realizing lots of life’s conveniences I can actually do without. It was neat to meet the people who lived in the floors below us, and when we run into them on the elevator we chat with each other. This is one of the many "quests" the girls have been involved
in… the quest to find a day camp, the quest to find where we’re going, the quest to locate peanut butter in the supermarket, the quest to learn how recycling works. I think ...
... br> beer! Yay! Not watery! Moira and Celia ordered their usual Fanta Limon and
Sprite (then they mix it).
From there, we scouted out a local establishment Los
Mejillones and had amazing fresh calamari with sangria and live guitarists
which Tess tried to outperform.
Next was an ice cream place with ...
... br> There’s binoculars, dead plants, 200 jars of herbs, nearly as many candles as my mom’s basement. There are two recognizable cd’s – Mana’s Greatest Hits and Bruce Springsteen Born to Run, which we keep rotating. Did I mention there’s no tv and no wireless internet?
The only ...
... is a full commercial site not an AIRE. It is El Carmello about 2 Miles North of Alicante. Within 10 minutes walk of town shops etc. Apart from people like me they also have their own self catering bungalows/chalets on the site. If you're ever thinking of travelling this way on a budget look up their website. While I was sorting my frenos today a German campervan was in with a broken side window was also in surgery and thanks be to god for black and white movies because I ...
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