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... owner turned up.
He turned up half an hour later, as he said he would, and let us into the apartment complex and we ‘checked in’. It’s a cute place, 2x bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and lounge room, however there was no view. We were right on the beach and couldn’t even see it, the apartment was surrounded by other building blocks, so you couldn’t even see what the weather was doing, such a shame! Oh well, ...
We wake up to the sound of John and Jenny rustling around and packing their bags. I was feeling exhausted and very much in overdrive so I decide not to go to the stadium tour this morning that was supposed to be yesterday. So we all head down to breakfast to eat before they head off. We happened to be sitting next to a young Australian couple that John started making conversation with. Turns out they live in Canberra and Sydney, are on their honeymoon and are ...
... for El Pilar Festival. The festival is to honor the patron saint of the city, Virgen del Pilar. We arrived around 1pm and immediately went to get tapas for lunch in a neighborhood known as El Tubo. The streets were already crowded with people eating outside, El Tubo is three or four streets filled with restaurants with outdoor seating in the streets. Apparently over two million people go to this festival, but I had never heard of it before. After we ate tapas we then walked around ...
Found a great little hostel, with a bar underneath and a band playing some classical jazz.
It was in a funny little area, down loads of tiny side streets, it really was like a maze.
Got there and checked in, the guy behind the desk asked me where I was from, we got talking about Estonia and the other two, he really wants to go there, gave him what little knowledge I have, ...
... this caused the machine to ask for 10 euros which I paid gratefully and left with the anger of the lorry drivers following me down the road. So as I left Haro I was worried that I might get in a mess on the Spanish toll roads but like many things that appear frightening, when you actually do them there isn't much of a problem. Getting on the motorway was easy and all went well until suddenly there were some road signs I didn't understand, followed ...