Campanile Madrid-Las Rozas
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... Pudd has instructions to ask for a cup of ice so when he returns he can have his little burger and we can share a little drink. There was a queue so he might be a little while. Our flight is at 4.50 pm, so we have 1.5 hours. It's our first time with Ryan Air. Fingers crossed our luggage makes it onto our plane. Now that I'm sitting here I can smell the 15+ fragrances I've doused myself in at the duty free shops. I pity the poor person sitting next to me on this flight. ...
... again us two with Michael, to get food and get ready for the bus. Me and Mike made a series of sandwiches and we all had quick showers. Our taxi to the bus station soon came (driven by the same guy as before) and we all said goodbye to Axel and piled in. We arrived at the bus station and got on the bus with no hassle. The bus ride was four hours but everyone slept almost the entire ...
... as a child emerged somewhere from my subconscious as we drove along. A happy association. In Salisbury we met up with Chris and Tony. These two reprobates had made our acquaintance several years previously in Normandy during our D Day tour. We were delighted to discover a mutual interest in obscure WW2 facts; alcohol; irreverent humor; and a dislike of Pakis. The Paki reference being reserved for those bearded, non integrated, 'finger to the sky' shaking, Koran thumping, ...
... 8230; he was dreamy and made
the initial break from the womb easier. Londons flight was filled with air
plane food, small talk, and a few movie which passed the time. I was amazed
when I arrived at heathrow because it was so efficient—I guess when your
operating the largest airport in the world it has to be organized. I
be-friended a group of 4 university boys from Edmonton who are going on a three
week backpacking trip ...
We returned to Madrid after our travels in the south. This time we're staying with our friends in a nice outer suburb that has easy train access to the city and easier access to the other stuff that we want to see in central Spain. Marta is Spanish and Scott is an American who taught with me in Australia and has been in Spain for over twenty years. It's nice having people around who speak Spanish. It tends to enrich the experience and they have taken us to places that we'd miss ...