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... We woke up our room mates coming in. These guys where really nice both from Aussie and we had a good chat with them. They were going to a boat party for the night but since we were getting up early for Biarritz we decided not to go, they ended getting home 5am so was a good call, Instead we headed out for dinner and found a place that did fryed chicken. We had a good feed and headed back to the dorm for a early ...
... them, no sauce or salt was needed. These are VERY expensive, though and I'm not sure if we'd have them again without the novelty factor.
Sea anemone: Tier 2, another first for us, the texture was like a booger [AAT here] with a very light fried batter on the outside, tasted pretty good but not something we would pay a ton for.
Palamos prawns: Tier 1, This is what we came here for [Travis] -- the perfect expression of what an ingredient can be. ...
... and her intercambio, which is a
local who signs up with USAC to learn English, I decided to tag along. Experiencing
Pinxto Pote on your own and experiencing Pinxto Pote with locals are two
different experiences. Within seconds of the first bar we entered into, one of
the local girls, grabbed my hand and dragged me and herself to the front of the
line that wrapped around the bar so that we can order. Being the timid American
that I am I was shocked to see this ...
... for siesta time, wouldn’t that give the fathers’ the opportunity to visit their kids and spend time with their family during lunch? With the stereotype of women being the caregivers and having natural nurturing tendencies, this still shocked me. The idea of feminism has expanded with the ending of the Franco dictatorship and throughout this time it’s hard to believe that Spain hasn’t pushed the boundaries of women gender roles. ...
Woke up to a cool, rainy morning as expected. We started our day at June's bistro down on the corner where we scaled back a bit on the chocolate, scaled up on the fresh OJ, and got our bellies full for the day.
We had only a skeleton plan in front of us - there were some climbing facilities at the Sport Center on Pio Baroja that sounded interesting, at some point we needed to get Blanca returned. If the rain kept up there were churches and museums to explore, and Julia had ...
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