Thursday 16 March 2023

Pints And Toasties.

 The weather has been appalling this week and I have been wearing my 'rainy day' suit around the smallholding and in the gardens.

I decided to look at my photos gallery this morning from last October and the caption of this particular photo said:

 A Tuesday Afternoon In October.  

It even plays music whilst you look at your photos.



 

It was 28 degrees and myself and wifey were sat gazing at the sea and I WhatsApped my photos of Paradise to my my family and friends in Hibernia.

Are you planning any holidays yet?  



14 comments:

  1. No holidays on the horizon but that toasted sandwich looks good, lol
    Briony
    x

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  2. They always cater for the X pats in the Algarve Briony.

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  3. Well..... our horrible wet and windy weather has forced me this week to book a wee holiday to the sun in May. Deposit paid and saving up for the balance and beer money!
    When are you next off to Portugal (the real one, not the plastic one)?

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  4. Yes it's been horrible hasn't it JayCee? May should be a good time to travel. Hopefully not too busy and not too hot. We hope to go sometime this year. Probably Autumn again. It was 28 degrees last October. We just book our Ryanair flights ourselves and book our accommodation through Booking.com. It's very easy and the filters offer you a good choice of accommodation. We book our taxis over there online also. Yellow fish are brilliant!

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  5. Pints and toasties. A tasty combo. Many times I've had similar sitting beside the sea. It won't be long before it's 28o here. I will be drinking coke zero and I'll be skipping the toasties. I hope you'll be enjoying the real thing very soon, long before October

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  6. Roll on Summer Linda. Pints and toasties are just the ticket when you are holiday in the sun. It's actually not raining today for a change.

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  7. Our last holiday abroad was in September 2019. We went to Croatia. Somehow the pandemic, Brexit and everything else that has happened has rather spoilt my appetite for foreign travel but we just might rent a pig ark on the north side of The Sheep's Head Peninsula in Ireland. Is Ireland foreign?

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  8. Go for it and book somewhere in the sun YP. Ireland is foreign to the Ireland I knew when I visited Ireland before the EEC Horses and carts were often seen and everyone grew vegetables and made hay and we had bacon and cabbage and drank Cidona.

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  9. I get to visit Paradise via some of my favourite movies and that has to be good enough.

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  10. Yes it's good to escape for an hour with a good film or travel programme River.

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  11. Ah, I was expecting Pink Floyd.

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  12. Yes Philip I must write a music post for letter O. Hmm..? Oldfield Mike or Sally or perhaps the Prince of Darkness? Any ideas?

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  13. We're staying put for a while. We need to make sure that Tim's health is stable. Plus one young man is in school.

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  14. City breaks are good Debby. Especially if a good Rock band is in town.

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