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... to a really old cathedral I can't remember the name of. I was still amazing. We hung around for a bit and listened to the priests talk. We went out for dinner, and after Je'maine and I bought hookahs! Shisha bong things for 8 euros each, I got strawberry flavor and Je'maine got mixed fruit. We don't know if we will be able to get them through customs in America, but we are going to try. That night I was haunted by a real ghost. ...
... we got to a nice place, mum ate small crusty octopuses. We noticed that in France, everyone owns dogs, everyone lets their dogs **** all over the streets and footpaths too, apparently it's just a normal thing here. After dinner Jeman and I caught a tram back to the hotel, while we waited a very drunk Frenchman carrying a bottle of wine with the cork floating inside it asked us for our numbers, they really do love their wine in France. ...
... find the caves at the bottom of the gorge were worth it. I was surrounded by sandmartins, goldfinches, grasshoppers and the rustle in the undergrowth which were clearly snakes and lizards I was too slow to spot. I found trees laden with fresh figs which were delicious. If it hadn't been for the empty Coke cans and fag packets in some of the caves that suggested they are used by the local youth for illicit snogging sessions it would have all been very Garden of Eden.
... Diana and
MariAngela. The group of 7 from India (New Jersey) are really nice. The Korean mom is also super sweet. Her son is your typical Gen Y-er
(no worries, headphones always in ears). Then there are two couples, also from Argentina. One guy reminds me of my Grandpa Ed and his wife looks like Zsa Zsa Gabor, but without all the make up. Finally, we have this family of 5 – not sure where they are from, but it's a
couple and three teenage ...
... but before long, sharing a meal and some evocative gestures, we all bonded over paella and made deep personal connections. Eugenio himself is a young adventurous man, full of life and spirit and the will to explore distant lands. He admired my journeys and had so many questions, telling me it wasn’t as common in Spain to visit foreign destinations. Living abroad in London for a year has refined his English, and given him the gift ...
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