Hotel Casa Prendes
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... Lolly shop. Those crazy kids thought they could buy up half the shop while we were distracted talking. Lucky Clint caught them before they paid. Andrew wasn't quick enough.
We then went for churros. It is a very Spanish thing to do around 6pm. They taste amazing. We are late, it is 8:30pm. Take it from me, they do not digest well at that hour of the night. I woke during the night & felt so full & disgusting. Should have listened to Leana on that ...
... name).We eat Leana's chicken & gravy with vegies for lunch. Delicious & comforting.
Reid takes us to Decathalon and Forum sports stores. They are cheap & we could go crazy, but just buy Tess a new pair of soccer boots.
We arrive back and Leana has arranged beef & vegetable pita wraps for dinner.
The kids watch a movie. Then we head home to bed. Meg, Tess and Andie sleep ...
... it hurts, unlike the bed.
Andrew goes into work for a few hours. We have some quiet time. We settle the kids in for a movie and dinner and then we meet Andrew after work at their favourite restaurant for a parents dinner and cidar.
Dan, Andie and Tess sleep at the Millars and the rest of us head back to our apartment.
It was a great day.
Wonderful sights, food and company. ...
... entertaining her with nursery rhymes and clapping games, we make it to Gijon, tired and excited.Andrew meets us, we park the car and head up to their apartment to surprise the kids.
It is great to see them.
We have been on a promise for almost 10 years that we would visit them in Gijon. They have been home 3 times over the years. It is so nice to finally be here.
We catch up, then walk the 3 mins to our apartment to settle in and ...
... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...