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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by givitsum » Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:04 pm

This is the camel market where my wallet was targeted a few weeks back ---

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with all that sandy bits there were bound to be good carrots ---

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one camel power ---

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beats one donkey power ---

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and might even shade one horse power when the going gets tough ---

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but I'm getting real worried about my state of health cos I reckon this ol goat wins the beauty stakes ---

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Looks quite peaceful there --- it was just the one tight alley that was the problem.

No worries --- they didn't part this tight Scotsman from his wallet :lol:

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by Nick Loftus » Thu Jan 31, 2008 4:33 pm

Hi Don,

Your stories are priceless mate.
Keepum comin 8)

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by Lisa » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:16 pm

Ohhhh I like the first pic - loads of trinkets :giggle: Really enjoying your words Don. You keep your hand on your wallet ;-)
Life goes on regardless . . . .

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by givitsum » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:08 pm

Hey Wench put your 'Dear Marge' cap on for a minute and givmesum advice please ---

My rather tasty chambermaid keeps leaving me lil messages in my towels --- sumtimes its hearts strewn with petals ----


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other times its swans --- no Caulkie --- not bloody ducks --- swans :lol:

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Do you think I should make a move on her or stick with my old goat ?

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I've got rather attached to the ol girl even if she hasn't much imagination when it cums to towels --- she either shits on them or eats them :roll: Sumtimes when she gets really excited she shits on em then eats them :roll:

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by Lisa » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:11 pm

You have got to go with the chambermaid Don. At least she tidys up behind you and doesn't leave 'special steaming' prezzies for you :hug:
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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by givitsum » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:29 pm

mmmm --- thanks for that Lisa --- I think but you know these Muslim girls --- its either marriage or nuthin 8)

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by Lisa » Thu Jan 31, 2008 10:32 pm

givitsum wrote:mmmm --- thanks for that Lisa --- I think but you know these Muslim girls --- its either marriage or nuthin 8)

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I forgot that Don - stay with the old goat. Marriage would be tha last thing on her mind ;-)
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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by givitsum » Fri Feb 01, 2008 9:05 pm

Tunis has its own Big Ben --- yup that\s what the locals call it :lol:


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and there's an old archway down tother end that takes you into the labrynth of the old Medina ---- another scary place :shock:

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The official building is just on my left and I had been admiring the BMW twin that led the official cavalcade of Mercs to the door, The whole place is surrounded with machine gun carrying polis and the jail is underneath, I took good care not to point my camera at any of it but I did get a tail for the rest of my visit and I was pleased to find the service bus out of there cos I didn't fancy being a guest in that place :roll:

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by givitsum » Wed Feb 20, 2008 12:22 pm

Back in cold and damp UK :roll:

Note to self --- don't leave a box of bits from the bikeshed on the bed when you go away next time :wacko: bloody bottle of gear oil leaked through the wool blanket - duvet cover - leccie blanket and sheets :oops: didn't notice till I switched on the leccie blanket and things started to heat up :roll: hot gear oil stinks :cry:

An expensive mistake but an excuse to visit Dunelm Mill shop that's just opened in Dumfries --- had a cosy if still smelly night :oops:

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Re: Sahara sandy bits

Post by red » Wed Feb 20, 2008 9:08 pm

Nice to see you back in one piece, Don. You know you were really missing the cold. :shock: :D
Start writing that book. :thumbs:

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