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... I then went and met craig and Alfred at l'illa to exchange some of the things we bought the other day. Alfred had a spectacular tantrum which ended up with him say o the floor flinging him self backward and me getting some horrific looks from passers by as I was laughing! I can't help finding his tantrums amusing. I finally managed to calm him down, he is ridiculously tired as he. Has not slept properly for over a week. When we got home I had a look ...
... in the early part of the twentieth century.
Pincho - Lunch on a stick
We had lunch al fresco at Txapela, where we played tapas bingo. All of the tapa were pictured on paper place mat, making selection slightly easier. The waitress kindly brought a menu written in English (bad sign) but the tapas turned out to be OK. We shared six between us: Pincho Vitoria (Prawn in batter with tartar ...
... was the tapas experience by SANDEMANS. This was at night. We ate at three different tapas bars and drunk at four different bars. Might I say that the tapas was incredible!
That night proved to be a very late night but was lots of fun.
Between the tours, I did a little shopping. I went to a Spanish designer label called "Designual" and purchased a hand bag for 30 euro which has lots of pockets, is very colourful and I love! After this, as ...
... to see her confidence to say and do what she wants independently more and more these days. With the kids fully engaged we have mastered public transportation in a lot of places......she wants to figure out the Kingston bus to the mall when we get home! Why not?! So......we are not as at ease in Spanish as we are in French, but finding broken English around us seems to be no problem and trying what we can in Spanish is what memories are made of! On that ...
... market. It did not disappoint with hanging hocks of jamon, rows of candied fruits and marzipan, spices, and more jamon. We snacked through a bit, enjoyed some juices, and even found a spice vendor with big sticks of licorice root; something we both gnawed on as children. My memory tastes better than the sticks!
Tomorrow, we'll visit a bit more of the city, then enjoy a train down to Alicante to meet our home exchange friends. Off to the beaches!