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... not sitting so well, with 2x days in a row with me being in pain again. So maybe bread is one of the answers to my tummy problems. Regardless, we end up having a cruisy dinner and then head back to the hotel rooms by 9:30pm-ish.
We shower and lay in bed watching the only english movie and it ends up finishing at 12:30am, so we decide to not get all the way through it and only get to 11:30pm, disappointing haha. And lights out for us ready for an long day of driving tomorrow. ...
... summer, the houses have walls of ceramic, and the windows are often left open a lot to allow the window to flow. (Nowadays, most people have A/C, though.)
While in Seville, Kayla practiced her Spanish by going into a store and having an entire conversation in Spanish about where she is from, what she wanted, how she wants to learn more of the language, and how to ask for a straw.
We went to the Plaza Espaņa and saw a really ...
... As you walked the streets this morning we were able to see where the procession travelled. Our shoes where squeaking along every alley they went....the red candle wax was everywhere. So last bar tonight in another old residential area near where we are staying. Kids kicking soccer balls, people sitting laughing n chatting, workers walking, riding bikes, scooters home, so different to australia. No problems walking anywhere. People ...
As the forecast called for rain this morning, we thought it would be a good idea to tour the cathedral. We got a little bit of a late start which ended up being fine because the cathedral didn't open until 11 (I had the summer times confused). We walked out front of our apartment building to a super cute restaurant (Gustos) with a country feel for breakfast. Shane was excited because they had a British breakfast (beans, sautéed ...
... of Paella and Cervesa! Around a "cobbled" street corner I suddenly hear the unmistakable sound of male Flamenco singer. I hear North Africa in his voice - the Arabic musical world uses a different tonal system to the traditional 8 note octave in western music. It is emanating from a small bar. We are accosted by a little man in yellow shorts who had obviously had a few "sherberts" and we ventured in..........three young lads looking like drug dealers ...