Umore Ona Bi
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... to become homesick I decided
to leave the confines of my apartment and go on a hike with my fellow USAC
students. The cobblestone steps that led up to the hike were lined with flowers
and shrubbery, and as we approached the view from the top of the hike I was
taken aback by what I was seeing. The whole city was in view and the ocean
seemed to glow bright orange as the sun began to set in the horizon. Everywhere
I looked ...
We are now at a place called San Sebastian.
It is a good place.
We went to find the supermarket but we ended up finding and going to an awesome playground.
At San Sebastian we climbed a mountain and it was so hard and fun.
At the top of the mountain there was a statue of Jesus.
And there was a little museum and it taught us ...
Having spent 5 days in Madrid we were a little pushed for time, so today was always going to be busy - we needed to pick up our campervan form Toledo and drive up to San Sebastian. So we were first down for breakfast at 7.30am and away by 8.15. Metro to the RENFE station and onto to fast train back to Toledo where we caught a taxi back to El Greco. All very straightforward and inexpensive as always with spanish ...
... had never surfed before, but they got hooked. Just another reason I will try it out next Aussie summer. These two pointed us in the direction of an underground market. Literally an underground market, with fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and seafood. Fresh markets are by the best places to shop. Soon after we headed round to the train station, only to be told we couldn't get the tickets there but to try the other station. Along the way to the other station, we came across a milk ...
Heading to San Sebastian, I can now almost say I've traveled Spain from south to north and seen the landscape change (when I didn't sleep). Leaving Madrid, the landscape got greener and more mountainous. Vegetation increased and even the trees and mountains were almost reminiscent of home. The clouds began to grow though as I wondered if I would see rain for the first time in almost 4 weeks. Luckily the weather is holding, so we'll ...