Camino 25 El Acebo

The path was sandy, we soon found ourselves walking through a sandstorm. I kid you not. I pulled my buff over my mouth and nose, and put my shades on. Stu hummed the theme to Lawrence of Arabia.

Living the Dream 100 - Ophidiophobia

So there we were. Spice on high alert, Charlie oblivious and the slitherer and I playing dead. I can't speak for the snake, but I was petrified. I backed away gingerly, and pulled both dogs close to me, out of harm's way.

Camino 24. Santa Catalina de Somoza

"See them? They're the Montes de León." "But of course they are. What of them?" "They're in our way."

Living the Dream 99. High Speed Internet

"It is. But then to bring it to your house, we need to come along that line there. He pointed to the telegraph pole." "Ah. Right. On that basis, I would have thought a ladder would be standard issue?"

Camino 23 Hospital de Órbigo

"The thing is, there must have been a conversation where somebody said "we'll call it Babu Afrika - Colonial Tavern!" And then, somebody replied "what a great idea!""

Working Tools 65. Basecamp

Even before I consider the political, societal and moral issues raised, it would be bad business not to act. No company can lose a third of its team, including senior positions, and not have its performance adversely affected.

Camino IV. (22)

"Ah you know, I'm waiting for you..." Stu greeted me with the customary comedy French accent and we hugged. Camino IV was on.

Living the Dream 98. Fight!

DisestablishmentarianismYou can't write a blog, know that word, and not want to, one day, entitle a post with it. From "The belief that there should not be an official relationship between a country's government and its national Church". On Friday, the government of Cyprus announced a tightening of
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