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The last leg of the journey took us from the Molino de Alcuñeza in the province of Castillla la Mancha, north through Castilla y León and on to La Rioja before reaching Bilbao. This was probably one of the most scenic routes we've done. Again as I'm no wordsmith the pictures will have to suffice. I've always loved sunflowers and to see field upon field of them in Castilla la ...
... in the local dialect which we had no clue of, then said funky funky and laughed, well we all knew what that meant especially for us she ran a finger in and out of a circle made by her other hand. Luckily she then trotted off to the delight of all around even the waiter. We moved off to another couple of beers then a restaurant to eat, all watered and fed we traced our steps back to the hotel about ...
... of stairs between the terminal and customs, and the whole area we covered was largely unpopulated at 8:30 AM local time. The other thing that surprised me was how much English was at the airport. In fact, many of the directional signs were written first in English, and then in Spanish. Wasn’t I in Spain? My nerves were calmed by the fact that I had met two other Deusto students, Vivian and Madelyn, at the Atlanta airport and had some friends by my side by the time I ...
... hysterically while he attempted to taste it. Meanwhile the lady who was serving us was circling nearby to make sure that we were enjoying our meal. We were trying really hard not to burst out in laughter and be rude. So after Anoop tasted his squid and decided it was too disgusting to eat, he pushed the plate to the side and the two of us shared our meals so that he wouldn’t go hungry. We thought we were in the clear and that we could head off and ...
... first. Then he removed some sick bags that were standing on the table and there behind them was a light switch and he switched it and of course the light went off!!! He must have thought, What a Plonker this passenger is!!! Oh well why do they hide the switches;-)
After that it was lights out and one of the best nights sleep I have had in months. The cabin was extremely quiet and certainly one of the best cabins I have ever had on any ship I have ever sailed ...