Castillo Valdes Salas
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... 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 ...
... help thinking that they will continue detoriating, but I suppose it is amazing that any part of them remain. Then on to the cathedral, where 6 kings Spanish are buried. We tried the local cider in Oviedo, which has to be poured with the bottle as far as possible from the glass to aerate the drink, quite a feet, & tasty cider, this made our group a lot more jovial, but it's not the alcohol content or quantity, it was the fun watching the waiter pour without watching either ...
... did go to were all really nice, as I said, some of them were just massive cliffs, some of them were just rocks which went on to water, and some of them were just plain beaches, but they were all really nice.
As I said, in the same building as us there were lots of different apartments, and one night Pepin invited everyone down for cider and sardines. Cider (or Sidra, in Spanish) is very popular in Asturias and the ...
... brought two suitcases. We went to the park and met up with everyone and I drank a bottle of wine to myself. We had good conversation and a lot of laughter and I was so happy that everyone made it out. Even Steven came without Bryan and Will and I was proud of him for going alone. We decided to go to sidra street and have a few bottles of sidra and me and Lexi were pounding them down because everyone said they were free. Will and Bryan stopped by after ...
... 8221; (for want of a
better word) a rather awkard night with the swell rolling in ever so
gently which reminded us of Alderney and Dale (Pembrokeshire) where
we would roll and come to an abrupt halt with a squeak of the ropes
and the rub of the fenders against the pontoon (except in Alderney
where there was no pontoon just an abrupt halt). At least we got a
decent sail in the day before and did not have to pay for the berth.