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Fiesta de cumpleaños en el polideportivo de Santa Mónica, Mallorca (segunda)
Mallorca

Another view of the birthday celebrated on 6th july at the pool of Santa Monica school sports club. Eight years use to go by too fast for the parents.

Copyright: Guillem alemany
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Uploaded: 07/07/2013
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Tags: pool; birthday; summer; water; school; santa monica; san rafael; mallorca; sports club
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Birthday at Santa Monica Sports Club, Mallorca (the first)
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Another view, the fifth, bitrhdays at the pool, Santa Monica, Mallorca
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Birthday at Santa Monica school sports club's pool, 6th july 2013, the third
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Birthday at Santa Monica school sports club's pool, the fourth image
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