Posada El Salin
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... flew through no problemo. In NJ this would be a STATE OF EMERGENCY-ROAD CLOSED-WATERFALL POURING ONTO ROAD.
We made it to Potes, where the difference in temperature is at least 20 degrees from SVB and we wore gloves/scarfs as the rain POURED onto us. There is no doubt that this town is BEAUTIFUL. There were so many interesting restaurants and bars, but it was just SO miserable out that they all were empty. The ...
... that one day was yesterday.
Savannah and I just had the worst pizza in the world( lets just say it had a MOUNTAIN of weird slimy bacon, a pile of onions, a few slices of mozzarella, all on a flavorless matzo-like crust). Savannah headed back to the piso and I took a walk towards the water(until it started raining). As I was walking back, I inevitably walked past Meson Luis and as I quickly looked in I saw a woman bar tender, a kid and what appeared to be ...
"It's like Iceland!"
Jaa langzamerhand leert die vader ook Engelse woorden te herkennen, zo helpt iedereen elkaar;)
Maar we waren gister dus in een heel mooi plaatsje waar de Bufones de Pria te zien waren.
Het was een soort bovennatuurlijke happening om zoiets te zien. Je kan in het filmpje zien hoe het erg aan toe gaat; Net als de Geishers in IJsland dus:)
We zijn na de ...
On Wednesday, Savannah and I were sitting in the teachers room and one of the teachers, Carmen, invited us to her Sevillanas class at a bar named Bitacora. At first, I was like," DANCING CLASS....NOOOOOOO." I have taken one dance class in my entire life and I lasted one day. I attended one irish dancing class with Aileen and Meghan and never went back. But, Savannah and ...
... in the tap and is impossible to repair as the connections are moulded into the plastic. So it was a quick trip to Canis de Onis to try and find a switch for a makeshift repair.
We managed to get a small switch from a hardware shop through sign language and drawings. Back at the campsite I rigged it up so that you have to flick the switch on and off to start and stop the water flow. A bodge I know but hey it ...