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Yep you are correct. Old mate whiney mc Whine whine.
Sensing our discomfort he turns himself in his seat to engage us in unwanted conversation about how he almost brought a sure thing Swedish girl home last night but decided against it because he didn't want to make his roomies jealous!
Naturally I wasn’t buying it so was giving him nothing for an answer. The worsrt thing was we were both feeling great even after ...
... and we had a lot of fun watching them.
Our second stop was a private caseta owned by a friend of Pepa’s. The main difference (besides the security guard at the door) was live music and more people dancing (although that could have been because it was later in the evening). One thing that stood out for me was how everyone knows the same dance called Sevillanas – a form of flamenco. All ages were dancing together – it was cool to watch. We need ...
... Espanol as much as I could...sometimes haltingly and receiving the smirks of the merchants, but usually with a pat on the back and a "muy bien" (very good) encouraging hurrah!! I've forgotten so many words it scares me. But I hope that after this week, I will be able to have more confidence in my communication in future, and it will inspire me to study again when I get settled. The food has been great and plentiful. I've enjoyed freshly baked bread (pan) with their ...
... ultimately unsuccessfully) from the advancing Christians. These towns are all sited way up high and include a castle and white-washed buildings which sprawl below.
Many people-including us- visit Ronda to see the massive bullfighting ring and learn about modern bullfighting from the great museum. Although most westerners, and many Spaniards, now feel an aversion to the whole spectacle of bull fighting, the history of it is quite fascinating as it ...
... on your tongue. Yum! Made our way to Covadonga, where in 722AD, a leader of a Spanish army, claimed he saw the Virgin appear before him, in a cave before a battle. How many times do we hear that. He went onto win, which was the first defeat the Moors were subjected to in Spain. This is a pretty special place, high up in the hills with the constant cloud cover giving it a real eerie feeling. By the time we had arrived, it was already bustling with buses and cars of tourists, almost ...
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