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But after a day at the ring, I'm glad I went. I saw a little of everything, a good bullfighter, and bad one. A good bull who charged well and fervently, and one that didn't. Even a broken leg and an extremely bloodied back that did little to slow the beast in its fury. Leaving Las Ventas, I knew I had seen something special, maybe not something I'm looking forward to seeing in the near future, but at least now something I can say I did, and valued the opportunity to do so.
... us to Seville.
At the bus stop; a humorous situation arose with a bus driver who couldn’t get the ticket printing machine to work – after kicking and punching it for half an hour, we went for another bus. We basically got to Seville by early lunch, and got to have a nice Paella at our “friend”. That afternoon, we went to the Real Alcazar [great, but it was *very* hot; might have been a better experience if we went in ...
with her friends and family, but because I am completely and utterly
shattered. And fatter. If I see another sausage, or in fact any other
type of red meat I may throw up. (That's a lie, if I see another
piece of Spanish meat I'll probably eat it, ask for seconds and then
sob for ten minutes in self pitying despair over my lack of ability
to ever say no to more Sausage.)
Last Friday we went to ...
... with her, as speaking to her in broken English/Spanish has given me lots of inspiration about what to teach her, what will be useful to her, what she likes/is interested in, and why she wants to learn English, etc. What is more work than I expected however, is the preparation. I've found it a lot more useful to make up my own past/present/future dialogues, picture examples etc than using templates off the internet, but this does mean that I spend most of the day ...
Saturday morning we went on a tour of the Alhambra which was absolutely beautiful. Very expensive but worth it. It was 3 hours and we were exhausted by the end but we went back to the hostal and napped a little before we did a little more sight seeing around Granada. At night we got some tapas (which are free with drinks in Granada) and then Kristen, Ling and I went to a nightclub called Mae West. It was really fun, kind of Old Western ...