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Travel Blogs from Yuncos
... for lunch at an outdoor cafe in the sun and managed to finish by 3pm! I had a quick look in a ferrari store where the top leather goods were selling for over one thousand euro. The prancing horse and mr alonso has some serious credibility in his home country. Then it was a walk in the city's biggest park where the main feature was the crystal palace, a ginormous bandstand like building made totally of ...
... br> Shortly after, Nat and I ran upstairs to redo our hair and makeup before the party which was in the restaurant function room for Nat and Diana's friends. We had to make cheese and ham sandwiches too I'm high heels and long flowing hair which was interesting, and then we managed to spray perfume all over them- no one commented luckily.
Everyone in Nats group came, 20ish, which was awesome because it's the first time I'd seen everyone ...
... Apart from that we really didn't get anything done apart from some
Can't even think what we did today.
Went to the food market in the morning and everything looked great
but it was super, super busy. Ended up opting to eat at a nearby
place and got a pretty decent menu del dia. Walked around for a bit
and then Steph wanted to go to the Mango outlet mall, so I went and
got my hair cut ...
... our mood after a day of **** travel. Walked around all the cars camping and came across who we thought was Marcus n Sarah's so went back and found some paper to leave a note for them, got back and thought we saw Marcus' dad so followed him and asked. He took us to find Marcus n Sarah. Hung out with them for awhile then decided to go to bed about 1.30am cos everyone was way too drunk for us. Got into bed, put our ear plugs in and got some sleep.
... I needed to book my reservations for the trips I was taking within and from Spain - and at the very least my trip to Granada the next morning. Unfortunately this proved to be a very difficult proposition: it took ages to find someone who spoke English and I was ready to cry. Not because I think they should speak English (I´m the foreigner!) but because no information on the Eurail pass said it would be that difficult. Feeling relieved, ...