After the sun had gone, we spent some of the time back indoors – Cody and G strumming the guitars, and the girls chatting & story-swapping, and some
time out on the Rocks of The Ocean Bar, looking up at the night sky!
AND I may have FORGOTTEN to mention that earlier in the evening... I MAY have accidentally approached Tsu... and... whilst announcing;
“OHH! By the way – I OWE YOU ONE!!”
I MAY have accidentally removed my trousers to reveal a shocking Red Pair of WALES Rugby Shorts, which I MAY then have Booty-Danced in... accidentally
But she did take it in good heart! (Even though she may ACCIDENTALLY have hit the VIDEO RECORD button on her camera, rather than the Take Photo
one...!!!! THIS is going to cost me a fortune in Bribes!! LOL)
Just like in The Shed, the time just FLEW-by that evening and before I knew it, after putting the world to rights with Tsu (as the rest of the crew
had long since retired for the evening – LIGHTWEIGHTS!) I finally got to bed after about 6am!!
Early next morning, just before 9.30am (YES, 3 hours after getting to sleep...) I got a lovely wake-up call from Rodi, with his beautiful soft, dulcet
“OI!! GORDI!!! GET UP OUT OF IT, YOU LAZY F^%$%G B*^&%^D!!!”
A smile crossed my lips, as I gently floated from my bed, and wafted sylph-like to the toilet, to be greeted by a hideous Ogre of a man!!! Like me,
but older.... wrinklier... with big baggy eyes, and a more weather-beaten, tired and haggard look... I will definitely have to MOVE THAT DAMN
At this point I would normally post a pic of Cody in a compromising position.... But that would just be mean...
Ablutions completed, it was time for breakfast, but I was not yet ready to face the task and so delegated it to Cody!! Who became master of the
We had Sausages and Eggs, Bacon COOKED IN Jane’s WONDERFUL COCONUT OIL (Nom Nom) and a rather Scottish speciality of Square Sliced Steak Sausage
with Black (Blood) Pudding and/or Haggis in the centre.
I think I may have confused Cody by insisting that my eggs be GRILLED!!! LOL
But he did a sterling job, and that certainly set us up for the day ahead...