Psychic Expat In Spain 29th March 2020

Had a more relaxing night's sleep, the pillows helped but for some reason, Frankie is preferring to be on top of the covers which is less comfy in a smaller bed as he clamps the sides down. I woke at 6.30 am which is much more respectable than the 4.00 am starts previously and we went for a lovely morning walk on the beach. Frankie had a lovely time running and chasing a stick along the sand.  Sean dipped his toes in the sea and said it was ok. Not sure what that means will check it myself tomorrow. Today the day we can buy a television as ‘Mercury Retrograde’…
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PSYCHIC EXPAT IN SPAIN

March 26th 2019 Arrival In Palomares The bed was less comfy than the last because the pillows were too thin and so sleep wasn’t a quality one as the night before but today was the last leg and so we knew we could relax properly once we got there. We rose early so we could reach Mojacar in good time and opted to give the cats the diazepam (not sure if that’s spelled right) as had run out of the chill chews we had been giving them.   Unfortunately, they seemed to have the opposite effect on Parker and he yowled most of the way but a good bit of Spanish radio…
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Psychic Expat In Spain 29th March 2020

Had a more relaxing night's sleep, the pillows helped but for some reason, Frankie is preferring to be on top of the covers which is less comfy in a smaller bed as he clamps the sides down. I woke at 6.30 am which is much more respectable than the 4.00 am starts previously and we went for a lovely morning walk on the beach. Frankie had a lovely time running and chasing a stick along the sand.  Sean dipped his toes in the sea and said it was ok. Not sure what that means will check it myself tomorrow. Today the day we can buy a television as ‘Mercury Retrograde’…
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PSYCHIC EXPAT IN SPAIN

March 26th 2019 Arrival In Palomares The bed was less comfy than the last because the pillows were too thin and so sleep wasn’t a quality one as the night before but today was the last leg and so we knew we could relax properly once we got there. We rose early so we could reach Mojacar in good time and opted to give the cats the diazepam (not sure if that’s spelled right) as had run out of the chill chews we had been giving them.   Unfortunately, they seemed to have the opposite effect on Parker and he yowled most of the way but a good bit of Spanish radio…
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