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Hola! Over the last 2 days we have had beautiful walks and views. We have also walked through more barnyards in small hamlets with very healthy smells. Paths have been very walkable and very picturesque, bordered by stone walls, chestnut trees, oak trees and ferns growing everywhere. From Sarria it is 100kms, so there are ...
I am uncomfortable in Spain. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but it is true, and remarkably so. It’s funny how a culture that is relatively similar to my own can feel poles apart from it when I spend my time actually in the same apartment, eating at the same hours, going to the same schools, and (roughly) living the same life.
My realization of my own discomfort makes me remember how little sympathy I had for others traveling outside of their native ...
... in the front row, hence the reason we were cheering about being moved. In all a great show, which obviously had a meaning although we were not sure what it was. Another box ticked on the bucket list. The night still early, we stopped at a wine shop and bought a half bottle of Rioja Tempranillo, went back to the apartment and had a quite glass or two reflecting on our cultural enrichment over our 2 days in Madrid. Leesa on the other hand just went to ...
... nothing without the obligatory run in with the law: PC Great Gable, torch in hand, woke Ben up to ask him if he was asleep, to which Ben said yes.
Having had part one of my drop-in-air-pressure induced sleep [I really must install a barometer on my phone and find out my operating parameters] I visited the potty to and found Ben and James tucking into brunch beers. I can see this is going to be a very cultural trip.
As we rocked up in ...
... roasted vegetables. We were offered several complimentary courses, including a small tray of sweets and three choices of dégustifs. We were polite enough to taste but were wiser this time about grappa!
Thursday, October 2
The hotel had arranged for a van to take us to the airport. An uneventful check-in, then we had to say Adios to Spain! What a memorable trip. May there be many more in our future!