Winter Holidays, Day 4 - 5 . . . 12 hours in a windbreak and an octagenerian´s pubes July 29th 2009 So,
pretty standard really, about 3 weeks behind as always, and had all the best intentions.
it was adios arica. wednesday morning while we attempted to once more digest feo banana for breakfast it was decided enough was enough. we may be saving money but we were not smiling and the sun did not need a hat, but more a stick to beat its way through the ever pressing clouds. we packed up the win ... read more
South America » Chile » Arica & Parinacota Prior to the coming of the Spanish in the 16th century, northern Chile was under Inca rule while Araucanian Indians inhabited central and southern Chile; the latter were not completely subjugated until the early 1880s. Although Chile declared its ind... ... read more
Andrea Bowie is one of the numerous residents of England currently to be without work because of a national state alliteratively described as ´the credit crunch´, although the company she was working for needed little to further its demise. As with even 40 years experience it was unable to deliver wtihin 24 hours classic literature such as ´South Down buses for beginners´ directly to the door of its eager-bobble hated buyer. Lost and woebegone she knew little of what to do until her dear ginger compardre sent her the email of a friend of a friend. There was a brief stop in Atlanta for a f... full info