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... have been on one of my trips into Madrid but.. To conclude, today I achieved two major life milestones - my last night in Spain and I finished my lip balm completely for the first time ever (I'm sure any girl can appreciate how seemingly impossible this is as they always get lost). Nothing to do with my day, but I keep forgetting to mention that everyone's phone background is a selfie of only them. Everyone'sy, not just the super vein, ...
... I read the conversation- it's hilarious! She says how she has a '4am curfew' but her mum told Nat that she won't be allowed to any parties (the mums very stuck-up and has so many rules e.g. English one day, Spanish the next. No exceptions) who we met at the orientation. She also mentions Emerito (owner of the exchange company) being her mum - here's uncle, but I remember her mum vividly saying 'nice to meet you' and also that his office was the size of 2 ...
... ending in Santiago and in other ways so different. Recognition to my walking companion from Australia, Lynette for the beautiful photographs she took reflecting the journey in a special way. Thank you for sharing the photos with me and allowing me to use it on this blog. Lynette is also one of the generous supporters of the SAGA fundraising. Thank you to each and everyone who contributed to the fundraising with whatever ...
... statues and of course a pair of thrones. It is amazing. The armoury is also a standout with rows and rows of figures decked out in armour. There are also horses fitted out with armour with riders on their backs. The weight the horses had to carry would have made them hard to manoeuvre. Fiona was a little concerned at the need for children's armour, as their were examples of these here to. Eventually it was time to make the walk back to the Market. This was ...
... English, let alone ******-ass Spanish like me. But we visited La Sagrada Familia, which after 100 years of construction is almost done, scheduled to be finished as soon as 2930. The building is amazing though, and it almost justifies taking literally over a century to construct. Almost.
We also dropped by the Pablo Picasso museum, where I consecrated my eternal hatred of Cubism. Seriously what the **** is that ****. It's like Picasso ...
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