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02.07.2013 Tuesday: Test day!
This morning we got up and went to CLM for our placement test. I was calm until I sat down in the chair in a room full of people that were capable of reading, writing and understanding spoken Spanish. I can get by with vocabulary but the comprehension is difficult. Hearing and reading instructions are two things that do not come easy for me. I can bs my way through writing if I know what is being asked of me. When ...
... you would have a winner. So to celebrate the great afternoon we went to a cafe/bar and took some drinks and got to know eachother more. After that, I went to ESN, because I thought we would gather there, that wasn't the case and i found out the meeting was at the other side of town at the time of meeting.. So eventhough I was 30 minutes earlier (which is very unique for me) ultimately i was 40 minutes late, because it was a 30 min walk. When I arrived they had already entered the ...
... at a table in front of a huge log fire and had a lovely meal. Seonaid had pork chops and sautéed potatoes and I picked the speciality of the region, which turned out to be chorizo, local black pudding, ham, egg and sautéed potatoes.
Tomorrow Thursday we move on to our 2 month break from touring. We are planning an overnight stop and then on to the rally in Valencia on Saturday.
Is there anyone reading this blog now ?? we haven't had any comments for ages !!
... that make up the building, and if that is not enough, the massive decorations bear down with crushing force. To the uneducated, any God or King represented by this place was clearly not someone to mess with.
The hotel sold vouchers in advance for the entry at a specific time and on a specific date into Al Hambra. The hotel also advised that the vouchers should be exchanged for tickets at the entry point some 40 to ...
... pretty hot, so luckily there were heaps of bubblers and fountains with nice drinking water straight off the Sierra Nevada.
As we were heading back down to the hostel, we were accosted by 2 “lovely” old ladies with rosemary. They were babbling in Spanish, pushing the rosemary into our hands and then making us do all this weird stuff like stamping our feet, then kissing each other and then reading our palms. The whole thing was ridiculous and a ...
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