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... stumble over my words in whatever language I'm speaking.
8. I sprint to the wrong platform.
9. I realized I screwed up, and sprint to the right one.
10. I get on the train 30 seconds before the doors close, and fist pump in success. Sometimes I throw up from excitement. Not really. But almost.
So after steps #1-10, I sat in my seat, happy that I've finally got the hang of traveling and finding my way. Funny how ...
We are back…..we took the 9.25pm flight from Madrid to Bristol last night, and arrived home safely just before midnight. Our last day was yet another scorcher….I think the afternoon temperatures exceeded 30 degrees every day, but it was never unpleasant (in fact, as the car temperature gauge registered 2 degrees last night as we drove back from the airport, who can complain!).
We needed to be packed and ready to go by 11am, as ...
... suitcases and checking some important emails, we set foot into the nation's capital, and decided to pick out any changes that had occurred in Madrid in the last month. From what we could gather, the only things that had changed were the colours of the trees in the park opposite our hotel, but apart from that, everything appeared to be the same, as the city was still busy, still had many cafes, still had good weather and still had tourists lining the ...
... made some awesome white chocolate strawberries and Gabin a huge rice crispie cake made with melted marshmallows - I avoided trying this as it was likely to put me into a coma. We chilled on the terrace listening to music with burgers and beers and then the unthinkable happened..everyone began commenting on my tan. I was loving life. Nico and Candela then left to go to Javea with their family (Gon and Gabin joined them a few days later) sooo jealous!!
Until the next time
... did its thing.
Just before lunch we made our way to the Jardins botanical, those cultured as we are know exactly what the are.we were given the tip by an Aussie we ran into in Barcelona and his advice was not wrong with the gardens being spectacular, with an awesome Bonsai display like nothing we have seen before. Well laid out and we managed to co e across three groups of ...