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Travel Blogs from Gallegos
... to Santiago de Compostela. It has a nice map to show the route, everything is clearly marked to show pilgrims how much distance there is between the towns and posadas. It is so fun to say that we walked part of the camino, it is something that is for sure on our bucket list to do, but I think we will get to wait a few more years before our kids are up for the fun.
The end of our adventure continues our cycle. We headed back to catch the bus, missed it by ...
... the house jajaja you can imagine how ridiculous I looked explaining what I was trying to find. Not only do my host parents treaty like I am their family, but all of their friends do as well. My first day going to the pool, I hadn't eaten yet and it was nearing lunchtime, but I thought I could buy something to eat there. My host mom and her friends who own the bar downstairs knew that I couldn't so, they made me a Tupperware container of an assortment of all of their ...
... it is SO GOOD!! The rest of the night I just enjoyed a couple cervezas (beers) with my host parents and talked about sports, difference between typical Spanish and American dishes and lots of other random things. I love having conversations like these with my parents because it helps my Spanish-speaking confidence and vocabulary improve greatly.
Check out my photos and hasta maņana (until tomorrow)!
... luggage, navigated 2 Spanish city metros and a bus from Madrid to Segovia. I am now a pro at navigating 2 large, rolling suitcases on escalators. It is not an easy or graceful task, I assure you. My host mom, Pilar, picked me up from the bus station, and instantly took me to a little reception of her and her husband (Javier)'s friends at the little bar about 20 steps from our flat. I met so many people and absolutely no one speaks English. ...
... Que Guay! Edu gave us all tickets to go in and explore and tour the castle on our own. It was really beautiful! We were then able to climb up 152 stairs to the top of the tower. From here, you could see the countryside and city of Segovia... another beautiful sight to see. The stairs were a little difficult to climb after days of walking for hours. Not to mention, the staircase was winding and this girl got really claustrophobic. Slight panic attack when I hit stair ...
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