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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Salud, Euros y amor. Y el tiempo para gozarlos*

*Health, money and love. And the time in which to enjoy them.

The movers are coming today, and DEWA will be disconnecting the electricity. So I don't know when I'll get back online.

But thanks to all of you for reading my blog - it's been a blast! Of course I'll still be blogging from Europe, and I might start a new blog or rename this one. Or both. Damn, it's tough being a Libran.

Adios Amigos.

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15 Comments:

Blogger ~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

Happy Repatriation!

8:35 am  
Blogger Sofia said...

EL tiempo
Espero que os guste mi país!

8:57 am  
Blogger Al Ain Taxi said...

Keefie,

Thanks for all the great blogging over the last few years, the word "Haraminal" will be forever part of my vocab. Sorry we never got to meet in person but I'm going to try and find you on facebook or at least invite you to join my facebook group!

I'm going to continue blogging and will announce where I'm off to as soon as I'm out of here.

Taxi x

1:28 pm  
Blogger Seabee said...

Good luck Keefieboy, travel well, stay safe, stay in touch.

10:53 pm  
Blogger Deepak Morris said...

If you and the Missus venture East someday... look me up and I guarantee more jaw-dropping episodes than you've ever experienced - crossing the street, to start with.

*grin*

I shall miss the tales of Eatisalot and Haraminals but look forward to the massacre of Andalusian vulture... er... culture.

Have a good time, yawl.

Deepak

11:57 pm  
Blogger nzm said...

Hasta la vista baby - see you on the other side!

3:47 am  
Blogger BuJ said...

man, you will really be missed.. ur one of the pioneers of UAE blogging. all the best amigo with your adventures wherever they happen to take you.

If you decide to come back to the UK please consider having a flood assessment done on your future house coz it's getting quite desperate, even in the "dry" south east!

where's the next stop btw? down under?

11:37 am  
Blogger Mme Cyn said...

Don't leave cyberspace without a forwarding address! (and I'll expect a "snail" address from your Better 'Arf when you land a home!)

Have a great time.

4:20 pm  
Blogger Jin said...

All the very best Keefie, to both you & Mama Duck. Your blog has been an inspiration to many of us expats in the UAE & it will be sorely missed. BUT!!! We're all looking forward to reading about putting down your new roots, so stay in touch & enjoy life to the fullest.
Hambagahle (go well)

11:28 am  
Blogger Sofia said...

This Stingy Scholar post might be of some use for you or the wife :) (He also has other good posts about learning Spanish, but I'm a little lazy to search right now ;))

3:01 pm  
Blogger Grumpy Goat said...

So sorry we missed out on Billy Blues last Saturday (or was it Friday?) I got the invite from MamaDuck on Sunday when I checked the answerphone in Grumpy Goat Towers.

Best wishes to you both.

As the French might say: "À la prochâine!"

7:30 am  
Blogger CG said...

Keefie & Duck
Thanks for keeping me entertained with both of your blogs.

I am excited to read what I know you would have liked to blog about from here but couldn't.

Best of luck

CG (stuck here with salik forever and ever)

2:24 pm  
Blogger BostonMaggie said...

You have my deepest sympathies. Leaving Dubai was the hardest thing I have ever done. And I was only there for 10 days, lol! I cried so hard that I fell asleep on the plane and cried in my sleep. The stewardess woke and asked if I wanted some Panadol.
The movie playing on flight was Kate Hudson and Matt McConaughey in "How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days". Everytime I see a clip from that movie, I cry. It was a comedy!

5:21 am  
Blogger Brn said...

Keefie,

We are all really going to miss you and our observations. Take care.

3:00 pm  
Blogger Kristian said...

Hope that you will come back and do you`r work for informative us, citizens and investors in
Dubai property

5:41 pm  

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