We were having dinner last night in El Ancla in Callao last night and had dinner interrupted three times
One by a looky looky man who we just smiled at and said no thank you and that wasn't a problem as he just. Moved on but twice by deaf people collecting.
One demonstrated his rubbish he was selling for a euro and the other was leaving envelopes with some type of religious drawings on it.
When he returned and we shook our heads for no he proceeded to kiss and squeeze our hands as a sort of " I don't mind even if you are miserable ****" " !
Maybe we should just give a couple of euros to them ?
Someone once told me that they can only rely on charity in Tenerife as there is no such thing as a disability allowance and then other people have said it's all a con ?
To be honest this sort of collecting annoys me more than the looky looky men .
The restaurant is far from cheap and I was quite surprise it allowed this .
Anyone any ideas or are we being mean ?Edited: 23 March 2014, 09:38