Extract from an ever-growing list of binnable items.
# 2 buggies (prams/strollers/whatever), one very soiled stained (ice cream, Giolitti’s)# 2 single mattresses, one slightly stained (coffee?)# 3 giant inflatables (orca, turtle and mutant dragonfly), suspected slow punctures# Comprehensive software collection (statistics, Web design and games) for Win95# 1 truckload of Kinder egg toys, with
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Out for a stroll in San Saba yesterday morning, I found this cunning contraption rigged up at the local section of the Communist Party. No automatic irrigation system with electronic water timers, micro jets and mini sprinklers … just an old plastic bottle and some wire.
The comrades are obviously absent, attending the annual
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A welcome break from the stresses of moving came on Sunday evening with our annual pilgrimage to listen to one of the greatest voices in the world, Khaled. I bought his first album released in the UK, Hada Raykoum, in 1985 and have been a devotee ever since. Now aged 45, Khaled’s voice is
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I don’t know how we keep going.
It’s 1:30 and I’m still up. After a day that started early with taking the car to the garage for a patch up in case we decide to drive from Rome to the Netherlands when we leave (Yes, we are still going to Jamaica, but a short
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