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... the car and drive back to the hotel to collect our luggage.
We’re on the road by 4pm and have a long 3.5hour drive to Zaragoza. Jenny is in the front and both John and I are in the back. Aaron asks me to navigate using his phone, however it plays up and tells us to go down a one-way street, not helpful at all. So of course, Aaron blows up and gets frustrated because he is the one behind the wheel with the pressure on him to drive and find a ...
... improving but by a very minimal amount. A few people speak English and so are teaching me a few things, and I even had a conversation with one of the women on the line who only speaks Spanish. I have no idea how I understood her, I must have just picked up words here and there but we successfully discussed how my weekend was and whether I spent it working or not. As I said before, everyone is so lovely and always attempting to talk ...
... prices are not a set thing.
Anything from that leather necklace hanging in the window to your meal
is negotiable and it takes an exceptional amount of time to reach an
agreement, but that's part of the experience.
It is incredibly cheap there for tourists, as long as you don't allow
yourself to get ripped off. Your hostel should cost around 5 Euros a
night and a full meal can be had for under two. After leaving Marrakech I
went to Essouira and stayed at ...
... amazing day in Madrid. First a 2 hour bus ride and walk around the city. Just beautiful. Magnificent old buildings. Beautiful tree lined streets. 32 degrees here today...but it's a dry heat so just lovely. Then at 6pm off we went again...and again with our local guide, Charo We went to dinner at Cafe Gijon. This cafe was where all the artists of Madrid used to meet... The cafe has been around since 1880. It was only opened to everyone ...
... he spoke a little English. He did pretty well but we decided all too hard and told him to make the decisions for us. Wow, what a meal we had Entrée: Black rice (Octopus ink) Salad. Main: Fish with pepita seeds, Beef neck (He lost the bullfight) Dessert: crepe vanilla and custard pie. By the time we had finished lunch the place was packed so we booked a table for the next day as we had enjoyed the meal so much.
We visited the ...