Firstly, Sol, she is so much better today. Her medicine worked andI can honestly say we have our happy little girl back. We started the day with a ‘quick’ hour by the pool, just so
Firstly, Sol, she is so much better today. Her medicine worked and
I can honestly say we have our happy little girl back.
We started the day with a ‘quick’ hour by the pool, just so we could
relax and plan our day. That proved to be as short lived as Roy’s
patience. After me walking that sick girl up and down and round the
hotel gardens yesterday Roy could not hack doing the same for 20
minutes this morning. Testing time this was for myself and the
children. That incident sorted we jumped on the train and headed for
the famous, perhaps infamous, Strip. I saw a naked Indian, am only
sorry now I did not take photos – oh alright he was a dummy, very life
like though, and I am not talking about his face. We walked our
little legs off, had lunch, took photos, then hopped back on the train.
The next stop was the old town, which
once again proved an interesting sight. They have a daily Market,
with stalls selling a vast array of goods. Plenty to see and spend
your money on.
Went to the beach after that, there is something about Algarve beaches
that makes them special – you have to be there to understand. The
kids had brilliant time playing in the sand, and me, I topped up my
tan in all the places that needed it.
This evening back at the apartments saw the children rehearsing and
performing in a talent show – much fun was had by all. Mag was
compere, Sol danced to Barbie Girl, Toni sang and danced to my
favourite Mica’s Lollipop. Seb he was just plain funny and told a
stack of jokes. Sol could not have Seb being the only comedian so
she did an encore of her own made up jokes . . . Now she was funny!
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