Travel Blogs from Laredo
... against the "Blue Jersey" player who was the younger or challenging player.
After an early night out, we headed back to the hostel for a good nights sleep.....which we then realized was not going to happen when there was 12 people in the same room coming in and out every hour of the night and then the electricity going on and off causing the emergency lights to go on and off throughout the evening! ¡Bienvenidos a España! A short sleep it was indeed!
... and I love my host Mama, but I needed a change of scenery, a break, and a sense of family.
Oihane’s family welcomed me like one of their own – and I loved spending time with them. Marie-Carmen taught me how to make Spanish Tortilla, and even though I was horrified by the amount of olive oil needed to prepare it (about ¾ of a liter!!!) I loved laughing and talking in the kitchen as we made it.
Juan-Jo spent so much time answering all ...
... that modern art confuses me.
4. Going to a Basque birthday party
5. Apparently learning that Spain considers Bon Jovi to be "heavy metal"
6. Hanging out @ the apartment of a couple Germans and their one British room mate.
7. Realizing how much more accomplished Germans are in that they were speaking German, English & Spanish.
8. Learning how to Greek dance at 4am in the street from ...
Nos vamos del norte, que alcanzamos a conocer una pincelada, pero que nos encantó...volvimos a comer con gusto, tal como ocurrió en Euzkadi, la comida ibérica...mmmm...que ya la amamos y esperamos encontrar de vuelta en Chile. Ahora, a tomar el bus hacia Barcelona, la ciudad del recuerdo, penúltima parada antes de la vuelta...serían unas 5 horas hasta la Estación de Sants...y 5.30 hasta la Estación del Nord...que emoción...reconozco todos los nombres....vamos a por ella!
Went to polish off my Spanish before the big trip and gain some new skills in the form of surf. Valuable experience, especially when you are hosted by a family and being trained ...