Monthly Archives: August 2008

Evening walk – the other view

I wrote about my Sunday evening walk over on Itchy Feet. Well, actually I didn’t so much write about it as post up some photos. It was a pleasant walk and I didn’t feel like adding my moans to that … Continue reading

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Writing about the bus strike and the prospect of possibly having to get a bus at 7.15am from La Linea brought another thought to mind. There is something about getting older that seems to result in needing to allow more … Continue reading

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The complacency factor

I am doomed not to eat out in the near future. Why, when you find a decent restaurant and go there more than a couple of times, do they get complacent and treat you as though you are a money-loaded … Continue reading

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The price of fruit

I staggered on the bus with three very heavy shopping bags. Fortunately one of the front seats was empty and I could dump the bags in the luggage spot which avoids putting them on the floor and having stuff rolling … Continue reading

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