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"I've lost a hearing aid"
The closest the Brooks' holiday has come to disaster so far.
After settling down for the night before we left Salamanca and having packed up the Landy, those few fateful words that no teenager would ever want to be uttered by their mother were spoken with quietly annoyed tones through the mesh like separation in our Halfords 4 man tent.
... some sort of cauliflower bake and cheese with ham and it was pretty good. At 3:45 pm me, Jackie and Sam met Alvaro at the plaza to wait for pickup to go ride horses! We drove to a farm about a half hour away from Salamanca. I have never been so excited to see absolutely nothing in my life! Fields everywhere, and I was so happy when we got there and the first thing I smelled was horse poop. We went in the ...
... was basically like a huge dance club. It was so much fun! After a while, we walked home and went to sleep.
On Sunday we slept in and were so hungry when we woke up. I was wondering if they eat lunch even later on a Sunday and turns out they do because we didn't eat until around 3. We had Spanish rice with pork and chicken and shrimp. I went to peel the shrimp and realized that the head was still attached! I had a little silent freakout when I ...
... fussed at our slightly late arrival. She once lived in this two-bed roomed apartment located in a secure complex with her daughter until work (and a new love interest) took her to the city of Toledo (which does not appear on our holiday plans but after hearing Carla talk of her love for the place and this following a recommendation from another traveller yesterday, has piqued our interest). So her apartment is generally idle unless a booking is made via AirBnB. Like us.
... that was discovered underneath a false ceiling. Layers of history again.
By lucky chance we stumbled upon the Dominican convent and church of St Sebastian. The second best cloister south of the Alps. We were in heaven. I think a cloister might enhance our backyard.......next to an aqueduct.
The souvenir shops are full of frogs and skulls. Why? On one of the pillars of the cathedral, there is ...