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So, as I sit @ the Madrid Airport waiting on my flight, I'm realizing this may be my last time in Spain. I didn't get to see and do everything that I wanted to. Part of me will miss it, but part of me will be glad to say goodbye. In all, I've spent close to two months here, probably longer than the imternship I did in Washington in the 90s, but I may have learned more about myself this time than @ any ...
Our final full day onboard Britannia. As we all agreed to meet up at 1:30pm, I was able to sleep in until late and just catch the end of breakfast. Since departure from Vigo, to noon today, Britannia had steamed a total distance of 352 nautical miles, at an average speed of 19.5 knots. This left 319 nautical miles remaining until we reach our Home Port of Southampton. At approximately 5pm ship's time, Britannia passed the ...
... Planet and my friend Jesus describe Guadalajara as a mostly modern city
with a few notable historic sites but not all that interesting overall. I might
have sought them out under different circumstances but couldn’t be bothered in
the cold driving rain.
Although a gray and rainy day, the countryside beyond
Guadalajara was still very appealing, a hilly mixture of open woodland, olive
groves, and very green fields of grain surrounded by red soil. And ...
... and one out. She successfully obtained the ticket but, on attempting to return to the car, removed the door. This she tried to refix but, failing, tried to hand it to Adrian who, being the driver and heading a (by now lengthening) queue, wanted to get a move on away from the booth. So, holding the door aloft, they headed to the hard shoulder to repair matters. All this time, Andy was watching in the rear view mirror and commentating to Lin who was close ...
Today we went on a class excursion with all the Spanish classes. It was a fun day that we got to spend it with our classmates and teachers. We first went to a place called Numancia. It has a lot of history and ruins from both the people that used to live there and the Romans who took over at some point. We got to see how they used to live as well as how good of a strategic ...