Hotel H2 Getafe
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... tourists besides us. Jamal translated some women after seeing us that we had come to take their pictures. Then when I asked to take their picture, they all waved no and covered up. But I had my camera around my neck and just took pictures without looking as though I was. No one noticed. Then we went off to the fishing village of Assilah, a lovely, small beach town, for lunch. Salad and red fish. Then back to Tangier and the Dar ...
... The matadors come out together and smash flags into the bulls open wound. Once some unknown signal is given they all leave the floor save for the main man who's round this is. We eventually figure out there are 3 matadors and they get 2 bulls each, we suppose they are scored throughout the evening somehow. The red cloth finally gets bought out and the matador proceeds to bait and tire the poor guy out to the point of exhaustion before plunging his sword between ...
... stopped for a break once again in the middle of nowhere and indulged in Portuguese tarts and cigarettes. The second leg was a bit more broken up, particularly by a sex and the city session. We arrived in Lisbon late and with little trouble figured out how to get to our metro station. We were all weighed down and tired so the walk from the station to our hostel was deadly. We arrived ...
... Oh, and by the way, we also share a contempt of PC and disregard it as a matter of principle. Tony and Chris took me in their car down to Portsmouth, while Jo took a chance to escape the fog of testosterone by doing a spot of shopping. Chris never stops talking, and Tony, more taciturn, makes the most of any opportunity to insert an acerbic comment or two when Chris pauses to breathe. Admirable traveling companions. We toured HMS Victory, saw where Nelson was felled by a French ...
... tonight (by himself). While waiting for the restaurant to open tonight ( it doesn't open until 8pm like everything else in Spain), we watched some Spanish TV - the month of May in Madrid is Bullfighting season and there was a live bullfight on TV - hmmmmmmm very barbaric. Tomorrow we are off for another adventure in Seville in Southern ...