We need to take a rest, the pool beckons, the fight for sunbeds is won and my fantasies are unfulfilled.
I'm taken on a journey to find a restoration that is spectacular and food to die for (hope I don't).
This post is dedicated to my nephew (in law) Daniel Westmoreland in grateful thanks for his kindly checking our house while we are away.
Occasionally the quiet tranquility of our winter sun idyll can be interrupted by a hot wind straight from the Sahara often laden with the finest sand. It has once or twice gone so high as to come down eventually on our Yorkshire streets, coating cars and benches with dust. There is our connection with home,... Continue Reading →
Shopping can be great fun but, for me, people watching is better! Follow us on a visit to a lovely shopping centre above Puerto Colon.
Where do we go on Sundays? Some more recommendations from our time in Tenerife. No images just now because the wifi connection is iffy.
I have a sweet tooth and need little encouragement to indulge. A local Farmers' Market set me off thinking about making flapjacks.
Here's what US lobbyists want Donald Trump to get from a trade deal. Big firms want Donald Trump to play hard ball over the NHS, food quality and consumer rights. SOURCE: HuffPost http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/us-lobbyists-brexit_uk_5c5b26c6e4b00187b5579f64?ncid=other_email_o63gt2jcad4&utm_campaign=share_email
I cannot wait to try this!
There is a now sanctuary from the Woolworth’s-who done it, from the proffering of oligarch-grade-bauble-age. Kitchen, under stairs, hides a stellar of Scandinavian /origami stars loosely arranged to divert a prison breakout of lameta, choked and burnt out stick vacuums, respectively renamed ‘the cupboard under that scares’.
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I've just read a scientific report from the prestigious Royal College of Physicians (RCP) which seeks to reclassify obesity in all its forms as a disease.