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... a wavy shape, which was then plastered with lime mortar and covered with a mosaic of fragments of coloured glass and ceramic discs.
... James is a kiwi that's lived in Spain for the last 3 years. His wife is from here. He was a lawyer, then TV director, now, in a more fitting job, food blogger and tour guide. Hmm...I've pondered if I'd be good at food blogging and being a tour guide. I also worry if I can make a good enough living off that. ?
OK, guys, maybe Prado museum tomorrow. I think I have a flamenco show in the evening. We'll see what tomorrow brings.
... we listed things that she missed the most. As for food, she said she missed southern cuisine & sweet iced tea!
We both had had it with the rude & pushy people of Spain. I was surprised how the men don't even stop to open a door for you. So many times I experienced a man entering the door first and having the door shut on my face! They wouldn't make it here in the south.
... the right thing to do. I have been seeing signs about this very non-Spanish drink elsewhere so I just thought, why not. Well, I think I get it. It IS super refreshing on a warm day. Maybe that's it. It was a nice stiff one too, and in a glass which I thought was kinda cool. So I walked around the mercado, G & T in hand and had a few yummy tapas. I sort of floated back to the hotel for a wee siesta before...my ...
... how important it is make the most of this experience and when I say make the most, this involves something different for everyone - sure you can go trips every weekend and look at historic landmarks or famous paintings or alternatively get off your tits Thursday through to Sunday - but to embrace your time abroad is to completely transform your lifestyle and outlook and remember that every new experience good or bad brings a positive either now ...