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... side note El Corte Ingles is a department store that carries anything and everything you can think of). So far the local people have been friendly and helpful and the streets are not filled with too many tourists. Eric has also been improving on his Spanish. Let me tell you, him not speaking the language does not stop him from sparking up conversation with anyone, anywhere! Con mucho amor, Annie y ...
... water in with the oats, and put the bowl down. It was timid but obviously not aggressive. The dog was now confident enough to eat with me within visible range, and once it was done I was able to present the back of my hand and it sheepishly sniffed me. I tried to pat it, but it shied away. I went about cleaning the Trangia bowl and the dog would follow me around, until eventually it was comfortable enough with me that I was able to pat it. Slowly, I was able to get a hold of the ...
Our overnight train trip was an adventure, the feeling of sleeping on a train was defiantly weird. Glenn snored all the way to Toulouse where we had to change trains, just enough time to have hot chocolate croissant and bread and jam in a local cafe 6:45am before the next connection to Narrbone through the Pyrenees mountains, we didn't have allocated seats so we had to split up for the hour journey before the next change to ...
... or unofficial campsite) wherever possible - it's cheaper, it's more adventurous, and from what I've read about wild camping in Europe, it's nicer. In Melbourne, there are a number of parks - like the various Flora and Fauna reserves - where you could easily put a tent up as it gets dark and pull it down the next morning and no one would even know you had been there. I'd also used Google Map's satellite and street view to scope out a couple of places near Gibraltar (where ...
... the past 5 months. Without a better command of a common language it is difficult to get the full stories but it is an interesting insight into others' lives. They speak mostly Arabic to each other, with some Castilian spanish thrown in. Malika, 64 yrs, doesn't know English but speaks Spanish, French and Catalon. After 30 years working at a pharmacy in Algeria, she is now a translator for the justice system. The other woman knows Arabic, Spanish, French, and ...
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