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... Here on the other hand, men will usually look a lot more put together. They look like they have put some effort into what they wear and like they care about their appearance. Women here also present themselves very differently than women do in the U.S. Women in the U.S. will often dress much more casually when going about their day-to-day lives, or if they are dressed up for a night out, they will often dress much less modestly than women do here. Also ...
When the sun rises in San Sebastian, the city is truly cathartic. After a couple days of gloomy weather, San Sebastian finally began to look like the city I had seen in pictures on Wednesday afternoon. The city had come alive and the Playa de la Concha was filled with countless Spaniards and tourists alike, all of whom who wanted a piece of the action. After being in Madrid for a week prior to arriving at ...
... Kev thought he chose steak. He actually chose tartare beef which is the cold beef like mince that he had previously in Paris. Whilst this is tasty he was caught by surprise when this arrived on the table and really felt like some food to warm him up. Safe to say he had food envy over Erin's hit quiche. We made a dash for the car to escape the cold night and headed back to our safe Ibis budget hotel ready to head off for our next leg of the trip for the wedding of good friends Kylie and Steve in ...
... for a chance to hire bikes and go for a ride, Sophie has gone to Pamplona for the night so there's not much to do, we end up getting talked into a pub crawl by Joanna. It doesn't take long before we realise this is cock forest 2.0, we are surrounded by aussies, the streets are dead quiet due to the opening ceremony of San Fermin in Pamplona and everywhere we go we are stuck with the same people. This includes Chris, who we think secretly wanted to be called ...
... He informed us that the majority of the people of Loyola have lived there their whole lives, listening to the bells daily, and have never climbed the tower. He pulled a secret key out from behind the stair case and opened up the clock mechanism to show us how it all worked as well. How lucky we were to have met him!
After the church, we stopped for some local food. And by local food I mean pastries. Loyola is famous for their pastries called, you guessed it, San ...