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... ready to split as we had to go through this whole twisted rigmoral to get hot water if we were lucky and it was pushing us over the edge. No hot water plus cold house plus a bit of rain did not equal a happy Grandma! Mum did well though to push on through but did leave Spain with a stinking cold which she still has! Oooppppsss. Nevertheless it was great to have her around, the boys enjoyed it and we had some nice trips out to Malaga, Frigiliana and Nerja. Whilst Grandma ...
... our Spanish is ****, so as id predicted it was just awkward. I managed to say I was too hot in French, where does he live and blah blah blah but basically it was uncomfortable silence and a lot of hand gestures and pointing at stuff. It has to be said that Gareth has been the communicator in all areas this week, although I have tried, he has definitely been the driver in getting things done! He managed to phone a school in Nerja and get an appointment to ...
... wall behind the altar shows life-size dioramas of the stations I the cross, plus the greatest hits from the lives of the saints - saint whoever giving his cloak to the beggar, some poor guy being boiled alive, stuff like that. The central courtyard was full of orange trees. NOT dead bodies on display. Time for a snack - I bought a cake donut that was dusted with granulated sugar. It looked ordinary, just a bit dark. I bit into it - cloves! Not ...
Today we are heading off to Cadiz. As I sit on the bus and read, I find it difficult to stay focused on my book due to the beautiful scenery. The mountains come and go and the sky is so blue, still at 8:50 pm. I'm excited for this weekend. We have been in Granada for 2 full weeks and although I love it, it has been a lot of work and exhausting. It will be nice to relax and have time by the ...
The last two days have been a combination of tour de Granada and introduction to classes. Yesterday I took the level test, and I was put in Spanish 5 (yay?). The focus is going to be on speaking and grammar, which is perfect--although today one of the professors taught us that we should say, "de puta madre" to say something is cool (the American equivalent of "*****in'"). I don't think I'll be using that expression in front of Ana, but we'll see. ...