Well I did nearly all of it.
The cat is safely installed in a new cattery since the old one wasn't available. Both the yearly and quarterly tax returns have been done. My son has a new passport. We have B&Bs booked for the beginning and end of the holiday. I have told people who employ tour guides that I won't be on the island. I have interviewed Pedro Álvarez, the director of Grantecan, although I haven't written that up. But I can do that on the laptop and all the rest of the second edition is in Dropbox for layout. I've posted a book to a customer. I've researched prices
for minibuses and excursions down lava tubes for a group of geologists who are coming later, but needed the prices now. I have booked tentative dates for two groups for private guides immediately after we
get back. I've sorted out the kerfuffle over my son's school books. I've even managed to get to Puerto Naos with more books for a couple of shops which sold out, and to get paid for some sales in Santa Cruz. Oh and I packed
Now that I write it all down, I'm not surprised that I'm tired.
Updates will be sporadic while I'm on holiday. The laptop doesn't run blogger and wordpress too well, and Facebook is slower than an arthritic snail trying to charge through treacle.