Finally landed on a company to ship the stuff that we need, but can’t take with us on the flight. Seven Seas Worldwide deliver the empty boxes (they arrive on Monday) and packing materials. We then pack the boxes, seal and label. The boxes are collected, shipped, cleared through customs and delivered to the UK … hopefully by the time we arrive in June. Seven Seas Worldwide was established in the mid-nineties by two brothers, John and Will Henderson, who continue to head up the business from their United Kingdom base in Kent.
Sarah and I have been trawling through the various car sales websites every evening. Its been a bit like when you work from home and keep going to the fridge for a snack expecting there to be something different, but there never is. To be fair there has been a bit of new stock so its always worth keeping on top of it.
We are still keen on a 4X4/SUV and Moll in Denia seems to have a good stock, however, they do have something that we are quite keen on and it is a bit different! It is actually a Fiat Ute that Moll are selling … Fullback Double Cab. It appeals because it is quite new and looking ahead to the future could be very useful. So I wrote to Dave in Javea and asked him if he could take a look if he was passing that way. As it happened he was going to be in Denia the following day.
Its irritating that companies don’t keep their websites up to date, especially in this technology age, but hey, what can you do. As it turned out the Fiat had already been sold. They will be getting another one in, but it will be brand new and a little more expensive. A new one built to order takes approximately nine months because they are built in the US and they have a long backlog. The garage doubt that they will be getting another second hand one in within the next few months. It takes about 2 to 3 days to register a car, produce the new number plates and have them fitted, so thats good to know.
For now its back to looking at websites.
It must have been on Thursday. Sarah had left for the gym and 30 minutes later I received a text message from her. Apparently as she shot out of the garage on her scooter she spied from the corner of her eye a clothes rail in the bins area. I guess a tenant had dumped it when they moved out. So under instruction I quickly got dressed and went down to the bins. There was a lot of stuff there so I had a sniff around (no deep breaths near the bins)… nothing else worth snatching. The clothes rail though was perfect for the market sale that Sarah is doing with Lexi and Britt in Glebe on the 17th. It’s a bit wonky, with a broken wheel, but is just the job.
Until next time …🌏