jueves, 4 de mayo de 2006

Living in Petrolia

Petrolia is very different from what you see daily, the constructions are a mixture of victorian houses and shops, better, between a houses of tales and a skips of goods. The streets are empty during a great part of the day and the neighbours are very nice but they are in the habit of changing before your third visit. Canada is like that, a pure movement, it is said to me by Jill, who goes already for her fourth house in eight years: " Look Ful, Spain is nice but I cannot live so often in the same site ". Jill has an extraordinary sense of the humor, probably the only one thing that she does not want to change.
Petrolia es muy diferente a lo que tu ves a diario, las contrucciones son una mezcla de casas victorianas y tiendas, o mejor, entre casas de cuentos y contenedores de mercancías. Las calles están vacías durante gran parte del día y los vecinos son muy gentiles pero pueden mudarse antes de que tu le hagas la tercera visita. Canadá es así, puro movimiento, me lo dijo Jill, quien va ya por su cuarta vivienda en ocho años: "Mira Ful, España está bien pero yo no puedo vivir tanto tiempo en el mismo sitio". Jill tiene un magnífico sentido del humor, probablemente la única cosa que ella nunca cambiaría.

3 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

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Inflated Opinion dijo...

Everybody loves to laugh! Thank you for inviting me to your blog world (even though I still think it is just another form of chatting online)

Ful el Blogcazas dijo...

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