Joanne Love swinging from the beams at TJ's, when the Green Corner was going strong, happy hour at the Oasis, and the folk nights with the Gaffers ( especially when it was held at Tajinaste at La Caldera, dodging the police drink/drive road blocks at La Caldera and El Varedero ). Happy times.
Ah yes - Bertie Wooster used to have a notice inside about not feeding the cockroaches cigarette ends! He used to broadcast on local radio station. Cannot remember the guy who did The Sunday morning slot but one week the station was silent - he was playing records but had forgotten to switch transmitter on! Happy days!
Yes remember Marks carvery, think he also had a fishing boat called Feo that he took fishing trips on,hubby used to go out on it. Arches was also really busy and good value for money, that’s where we first got to know Jason from Charlie’s.