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I woke to the sound my phone on silent, buzzing with the sound of a phone call from the desk beside me. Dane had hastily jumped out of bed and snatched it up.
'It's him!', he exclaimed, 'We slept in!'
It was the guy from blablacar who was giving us a lift to Nice. It was 6.50am, we should have been at the train station and were still in bed. ****! Dane handed me the phone and I spoke to him, though I could hardly see through my sleepy eyes, and my brain ...
... very well as the couple in the tent next door had spent all night talking, and I don't know the French words for "shut up and let me sleep!" We started the day perfectly, with 2 cappuccinos each. We then packed up the tent and left at the early time of 11am. This was possibly the first day for the whole trip where we immediately went downhill. Awesome! The road just kept going down, we went through gorges within the ...
... of trains: 12
# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 16
# of monies found: 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 1 ...
... had a real college dorm feeling. Everyone was really young and just about every guest we met spoke English. There was always people gathered in the common area and there was always music playing from this room, plus the bar was there so that's probably why it was always poppin. While we were in Nice, Keegan met up with us. After Barcelona he and his brother made their way all the way to Warsaw which is where Connor flew back to the states and Keegan flew to Nice. He told us they went ...
... claiming its was the master at work when in fact, he was just bored and stuck in the idea of a bigger scale. The most interesting part were the photographs. A room of captured moments of him working, photos with his mistress, his pets, his works. Things I didn't know existed, real life of Picasso that we hear and understand so little about. That was the highlight of the museum for me, although trying to decode abstract in a ...