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... br> There was a market on the square, very similar to the ones we have at home, loads of shops and cafes nearby too. I needed some food so settled for some russian style seafood paella. It was lovely, the chillies were hot, the fish was beautiful, so a fat happy dave headed for the bike and port.
Bumped into another biker who had a puncture, offered to help but, he said he had a mate coming to help him. found a very interesting ...
... to 11 beers a day and you can get an all week package. Who is capable of drinking that much??? The second thing: marketing. Everything is marketed heavily and almost everything but food (if you eat in the main restaurant) costs money. Everything. It is actually kinda annoying and gets more annoying the longer you are on. Oh and they automatically take $13 a day off your card for tips without question. Just add it to the ...
... you know it, we have finished and we head to our room around 7.30. Everyone is tired.
Fitbit equals 12,018
On the bus at 8am. We have a lot of driving again today and the next few days as we get into more remote places.
Food here is a bit different. Lots of fish, particularly salmon (still don't like it). Pickled veggies, cheeses and meats for breakfast. They do offer scrambled eggs (yuck) that always looks the same. Bit ...
... cups of regular with breakfast, three espressos in the late morning as well as a cappuccino for lunch and a decaf for dinner. But, do you know what? As great as all those things were, I miss home! I miss my wife and kids, even my dog, and I miss my church family. Home is an awesome place with the most wonderful people I can imagine! See you soon and God ...
... size class.