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... get some food and hopefully find the coveted shoe store again (which was not said out loud but was defiantly the intent of the walk) . After many ups and downs and back and forwards (and Rob and Zoe subtly arguing about were it was, in the end we followed Zoe and found it) we finally stumbled onto the shoe store we had seen the night before where many feet were newly enveloped. Just in time to head home for a dinner of chicken, fresh pasta, bread ...
... 8217;t because map is easy but the map was inverted. Anyway I went different way, I realized the map is weird so finaly I found a locker. I paid for all day keeping them there 9 euros. Because I had the biggest one locker place.
I started to see streets, stuff, getting lost because I was bored, and then I thought I will go to plaza to sit for a little time. So I sat, and then lie and fall asleep. The weather was so good, so sunny, that I ...
... 00t will give you some clues but a read of the product description on Amazon.com might leave you baffled. Moombahton?
Starting the gig in the middle of the crowd seems in keeping with the philosophy, though.
Joined by Indonesian indy-rapper (I didn't even know that there was such a thing) Nova who provides interesting vocals for some of the tunes and a competent cellist, the large stage frequently seemed underpopulated with a supermarket trolley drawing the ...
... and sizes hanging and fresh along with different herbs.
Many other stalls of nuts, dried fruits, lollies, spices, cheeses from around the world, nougats, chocolates. We got a greek wrap thing for breakie and later we sat at a bar and had Galician octopus and coffee. Nice and interesting texture, Alistair also got a skewer of different types of meats to try.
Our adventure then continued as we decided to walk back to ...
... the bar was so
small and atmospheric I loved it fiercely. The back room had a ceiling
scarcely higher than my head with wooden beams on the ceiling and walls
of exposed, uneven sandstone bricks. Also there were never any other
tourists there other than people I brought from the hostel. Twice I went
there with girls who mainly spoke French so I learned a lot of French
those evenings. One time I was with a French girl, a girl fom the ...