Rachel wanted to go to the beach. So we did. Five minutes. Sitting on the wall, hanging our feet and looking to the sea, at the horizon. A man got into his kayak and started to paddle. Suddenly Raquel saw something. Two fins amongst the waves. They were there. Two beautiful dolphins swimming for the three of us. The man tried to play with them and we enjoyed this private audience. They were so close that we wanted to jump onto the sand and run to the water to play with them. But we had to go. So we kept the image in our mind and left.
Las baldosas amarillas que me trajeron a Oz
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