|Three sisters finding treasures ...|
First up was 'Holiday',where we drooled over beautiful silver jewelry,baskets,beaded headbands,scarves,lovely oils and all those gorgeous things that men really don't understand but (mine) are very tolerant of.
|Ohhh,Mummy! Look at this!|
This shop smells divine ....... How I wish I could capture that in my blog! But I did purchase several bottles of lime and passionfruit oil to try and recreate it at home ..... mmmmm,bliss!
This time I took ALL THREE big girls in at once,normally I do it in shifts,but they have proven to be careful and the owner is very relaxed.
OOOOH Mummy,may I show you something?-How many times do you think I heard that?
Now Miss Z was terribly keen to keep moving,she had something to show me as did her twin. I was a bit cross they had forgotten their hats,however I soon found out why!
It turns out the last time we were in Robe(Miss L's birthday)the twins spotted these hats in a rather posh little boutique. I was wondering where the orange inspiration came from.
It also explains why Miss Z has been so helpful the last month wanting to do all those horrid jobs(like cleaning the fridge).
Miss E had money put away from house cleaning to buy hers,so she gave her sister a little extra to help her buy hers.
The lovely owner remembered the girls from last time and very kindly knocked 20% of the price for them!
Very Lucky Girls!
Missy M finds her twin!
All that shopping had given us quite an appetite.
Unfortunately the birthday girl was suffering from too much sugar and not enough sleep so we decided to grab our pizza to go and head back to our cottage.
When we got back a visitor was waiting for us!
|A frill neck lizard|
Miss E desperately wanted to hold it.
I said 'No'!
I am sure I can remember Harry Butler getting his nose bitten ......
A new hat and a close encounter with a lizard ..... what more could a girl want?
After a quick swim,we had to head home early the next day. Farm jobs to do. Don't know when we will head back,my birthday is next and thats not until the winter solstice!
Thanks for reading!