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... upon so much that even those that enjoy reading might become numb.
so I'm typing in pages now and this sentence is just to get me started.
I don't want to work on my blog because I'm afraid of upsetting it.
Also, there is a Californication marathon on which is nice too. But
hopefully I will be able to continue past the last point in my blog with
this post without worrying about ruining what I've already started.
Boom. I'm going to look it up ...
... hard to resist a coffee that's bigger than a half a cup, and able to be ordered "to go"). We also shopped along the streets on the way to our tapas lunch destination: Mercado de San Miguel - kind of like a Quincy Markets in Boston.
Disclaimer: These American comparisons are meant to help you understand the size of these establishments, the culture and atmosphere inside is of course different in more ways than not.
We saw ...
... wine, and some mixed with coke. The red wine was to throw at people and the bottles mixed with coke were to drink.
The parade began and we got to walk the streets towards the point where the mayor would say his speech. There were some bands playing and everyone was given red whistles to blow. There were also some small trucks going through the parade giving out giant cups of sangria. When the parade ended we went for something to eat and Juanma and his friends showed me ...
... 6 of us; Myself, Bri, Jenna, a girl named Kat who is also working in Majadahonda, a girl named Rosie who is working for Bri's host dad's boss and a girl named Yasmine who is working for one of the Viguera family went in Madrid to meet and do some some toursity stuff.We felt so sorry for Yasmine as she had to pay €40 for a train ticket to get into Madrid as she is living in a place called Ciudad Real which is about a 2 hour drive away from here! But she was just ...
... like trills on a piano.)
C'mon Jamie.... you can do it.
I made heavy use of the "point method", first perfected by Dr. Smileface Leavemealive when he discovered the long lost tribe of Wewannaeatyou in Upper Borneo. I made it past the carnival workers in the florescent light bath known as El Brilliante as they deliberately mumbled in their worst accents when I asked which one of the pictures was the ...