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... offered me a place to stay and a job. for a couple of months. It was a transitional period as I was trying to figure out what next to do with my life. It was during this time that I developed the original concept for a Global Parkbench Tour: going out every day to play music in a public place. As I didn't have money to travel during this time, I'd just go to a nearby park in Los Palacios and play for the local youth--who seemed to ...
... and a little just like being at home.
DAY #2: Rae was a little dead when we got up (she usually sleeps in) and I got up around 8 and ran back to the ship to get new clothes and find some frands to walk around with so Rachel didn’t think I was a loner. We got breakfast of a weird meaty sandwiches with fresh OJ and Tom got his first churros y chocolate. We walked back into the marema and since it was a Sunday the cathedral was open ...
... br> and then finding possibly the worst lunch for the trip. We didn’t realise the
place was a franchise for lunches, but it was still ok, just a bit boring
really. We decide that since we were in a horsey town, we’d take the horsey
taxi. We say, you go to Alcazar? He says, “Si, I take for whole town”. So we
get the price and we pay 40Euro for an interesting town tour, that takes us
through all of the old town we’d been lost in over ...
... really know what to think of it. This was my first time living abroad so I was living in alot of denial that I would like it, I was comfortable at home I didn't think I could do anything like this.. However, within a week of living there I only went and fell in love with Sherry of the border Being home for Christmas has been pretty strange for me, adapting back into a ...
... home after one bad turn. What he could not do was get us through the fog, on our local access road, I was very nervous and swore we would never travel out again at night. it was very scary. So scary in fact when Tony said, let's have a nightcap, I almost said, "Scotch, double and neat"! After four bailey's, I wrote Gibraltar, Part Two and turned off the light. My apologies for any spelling errors etc. in that blog! Glad I was here to write it! Later, another day of rest! ...