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So yesterday, when I passed a posh looking hairdressers that was just opening the doors at 11 am, I decided that this was my big chance, and I should just do it.
It takes a bit of courage to walk into a place like that, knowing that you will have to mime what it is you want like a game of charades. I first asked if anyone spoke English, and they both shook their heads. So then I pointed to my head ...
... and set up. We had a little "get to know you" orientation thingy. We met the director and the staff, and they showed us how to get around the areas near the center. Then we went out for a big dinner and drinks.
I guess more than anything its the way that people live that I am not used to. For example, when I walk down the streets in the US I always smile at people. When I go to restaurants, ...
... home because they are not working for tips.
A 1.5 hour trip away and the different accents are very noticeable.
Eating melon and ham together is not only common, but rather tasty.
Train stations are slightly intimidating.
Hotel rooms have a key slot inside to turn the power to the room on, otherwise it stays off.
Food = Great.
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... unusual but was unfortunately shut (for lunch and siesta probably).
For the first time in a city or town, we saw no begging in Tarragona.
Having also eaten we headed for Valencia and as requested contacted the owners of the apartment as we approached it. They had warned us of some road works on their street and that they had made arrangements for us to park the car elsewhere. Roadworks was ...
... enjoyed a day on the beach, where the wind was far too cold, so we huddled onto the warm sand and enjoyed the sight of a lone leather-skinned man strutting around in his g-string speedos and occasionally slapping his ass... And despite the cold, Ena still managed to burn the back of her legs to a bright red consistency. I learned that the best way to make a cheap wine palatable is to add lemonade. The sweetness ...