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... student from the u of a but I think she is a little more
ahead of the game with Spanish then I am, as she has taken a 211 course and is
in a latin American organization at school. Her conversation is much more fluid
in Spanish with maria then mine but im hoping that will change. I unpacked all
my things and settled in. It was good to hear what tamar’s hopes of the course
are and her travel plans, I feel like she will be a ...
... son and his fiance came over around lunch time. First of all the whole family went to a bar where they drank and had a few side dishes. This was from two to three and they were standing and talking the whole time. Then at 3 we came back to the house and till 4:30 when I was finally able to escape because of a different trip they were eating lunch and talking with each other. The Spanish people surely do love their meals ...
... We got off at Placa Mayor and went into a great little food market. We watched the great variety of buskers, statue people, pole sitters and the drill man ( he gets a member of the audience to insert a drill about10cm into his nose and drill - so Gary tells me because I couldn't watch!) Finally a coffee and a visit to Gary's favourite, the supermarket, before getting back to our hotel at about 10 pm. Another lovely day. Madrid is lively and very busy at ...
... problems. He replied with something along the lines of, "Those girls are not Spaniards. They are from America, and because of this I do not have to wait behind them in line. I am an elder from Spain and I have earned this right." Never in my life have I ever been discriminated against-- I mean I'm a white girl from Ohio. So this came as a total surprise, and a total new feeling. We were also denied free access to the Museum at the Palacio Real. When they say students enter free, ...
... rather chaotic. Long queue and no one quite sure what’s going on, woman sitting behind desk apparently doing her own thing but not saying much to waiting passengers.
It will be another 4 or 5 hours before we arrive home and we will have been travelling for nearly 24 hours since we left the apartment in Barra.
This has been an epic journey for us, it is not the holiday we planned but has far exceeded any expectations we could have set for ourselves.