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... in public. 4. Food arrives, we throw it down, kids eat nothing and throw most of on the floor, Gareth takes Alex to one side for a talking to. We order the bill, not daring to order a coffee and then we leave. We have left a mound of orange covered baby wipes on the table, **** all over the floor and caked the high chair in **** for the next fool to clean. The End. So far, we have been doing exactly the same stuff we did at home, except the house is bigger so ...
... a bright red flower pinned directly to the top of the head, right above the forehead, many times accompanied by a shawl over the head which hid the stem of the flower and has a distinct V shape down the back with tassels which I have now come to regard as a typical Spanish style of shawl. It was surprisingly tiring and hot work walking from cross to cross, so using Kelly and Clint's jet lag as an excuse we abandoned the family to look for some food and some drinks, and then ...
... around here. School is getting increasingly easier as I am understanding more spoken Spanish. I am regularly ordering my own foods/beverages and exchanging words and phrases with others without having to ask too many questions. I was even told by Marisa that she was impressed that I am picking stuff up so fast. Its mostly all been in there the whole time, its just clearing out the ...
The Struggle is Real
My first day of online classes were yesterday. I am very ahead in the online classes because I planned out when to study and do homework weeks ago. Homework from Texas State isn't keeping me too, too busy so it's working out for now.
Yesterday, I found out that the classes I'm taking here wouldn't transfer back to Texas State, which would mean I wouldn't graduate on time. I spent several ...
... like a tourist. However, the simple solution of not looking like a tourist was easier said than done even if we ditched the back packs and over zippy traveller trousers. Granada is a young 'new age traveller' kinda town so the only way we would truly fit in would be to grow dread-locks longer than our multi patterned ali-baba pants, not wash for a week and have a strong odour of herbaceous substances. It was ...