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July 11, 2008

Goodness gracious, now I’ve done it! I should have stayed with the tour, but no, I knew better!

So I guess this place must be one of those gigolo bars. Sheesh, every man in here is dressed better than I am. They all have those fancy things on their shoulders like they’re colonels or something, but I bet they’re not. They even have CAPES for cripes sake, and here I am in a plain dress!

They all look so smarmy, but they’d be offended if I left without an escort. I’ve gotta break the ice. How do you suppose you say “Do you want some flan?” in Spanish?

matador-1-360.jpgFrench bullfighter Juan Bautista (2nd R) waits for the start of the fourth bullfight of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 10, 2008. REUTERS/Susana Vera

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There are old bullfighters and there are bold bullfighters, but there are no old, bold bullfighters…

 

Hello again, after more than 12 months without any comments here. I am back. I think Mr. Basler is in Spain these days in the middle of the Fiesta and he is in the know, he understands quite well what is going on here!. It is San Fermin Festivals. ¿Te apetece un flan?(Do you fancy having a caramel?)
This comment is to let you know, Mr. Robert Basler that this blogger Armstrong Free Lance has decided to link your blog ODDLY ENOUGH to his own blog in Spain, in the South East area of Murcia. You can find your link on the vertical side of the blog site under the title Mr. Robert Basler Oddly Enough in Reuters.
My blog is
http://blogs.laverdad.es/armstrong-free- lance/posts

 

Gracias

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A usted, de nada (My pleasure, you´re welcome)
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