Hotel Palacio de San Esteban
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... probably twenty years. We put petrol in at one of the literally hundreds of service stations all along the highway. I don't think their engineers have a rule about limiting on and off ramps onto the highway. They had a lovely wild rabbit park with rocks and trees and burrows just in the middle of nowhere. I was a bit suspicious about this random animal friendliness and yes! the attendant proudly showed Paul a bag full of ...
Today I didn't have class until 11 am but was my later day until 3 pm. During cultura, we went over things such as the tv system, radio, power system, etc. I honestly thought I would have learned a lot more by now in that class than we have so far. En las mujeres, it is a lot of history, and anyone who knows me knows how I am about history. Charo is very enthusiastic all the time. I do such a good job understanding in the ...
... headed home to attempt my homework. I don't have to worry about it too much, but the other students have to sit exams so for them it's a major. Lunch was at 2.30, it was some yummy chicken and chips. I didn't have a siesta today as I thought I might sleep through. I found out today that a siesta is should only be 20 minutes long. We were to all meet at the Plaza under the clock at 4pm. I got there a little early ...
... my new friends!
5) learning to adapt to new cultures/languages
Things I miss about home...
1) My mommy and family
2) food that isn't fried or potatoes...
3) the fact that I can eat what I want instead of whatever someone puts on my plate (THEY EAT SO MUCH FOOD HERE) I'm going to come back very fat.
4) Not getting hit on by every single man/boy/old man possible
Oh! And also, I got ...
... It took us about 5 hours all up!
After the morning's ordeal we checked into the hostel and went out for dinner. We went to a 'fast food' type place but it was all tapas. It was pretty interesting and relatively cheap too. We got steins full of sangria and beer for 1.50 and ...