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The roads get busier and busier as the Raven heads south. And then as we approach Bayonne the whole thing comes to a shuddering halt. The queues seem to go on for miles. The Raven does his bit, weaving in and out of the lanes, but it's hard going. There are some occasional free stretches but there are massive queues to get into all the bottle-neck peage stations. Guy reaches Spain late in ...
... a café in the Plaza Mayor!
Unfortunately, a common assumption by many Spaniards is that we cannot speak Spanish. Our waitress tried to blind side us, and persuade us all to buy their most expensive dish. While I am sure it is one of their specialties, it is simply a move they make on tourists, who they assume do not know much about Spanish cuisine. Once we had proven to her that we can speak Spanish, she seemed less pushy and more ...
... screams coming from the neighbouring garages… Not screams that would make you call 999 / 112 ( Spanish equivalent FYI) if you get my drift.. Needless to say we left ASAP the next morning. They returned my passport through the hatch and we were off. Never to return ! I must re-check the reviews on trip advisor.....
... for some food. Maria and Nazir met us in the city once they got Victor (their 2 year old son) ready. We visited the Plaza Mayor, the Cathedral, another church, we walked all over the city and saw many of the fountains... we stopped for food and drinks here and there.... I think mom got a really good idea of how the city was. I always liked it a lot.
In the afternoon we headed outside the city ...
... nicer, he wants Ali and I to be his conversation buddies.
The rest of the week after Sunday was really rainy, so we spent a lot of time inside starting to prepare our midterm papers. Ali and I gave a presentation on Tuesday on our trip to Sevilla in front of our conversation class. We wore our Carnaval masks to spice it up and distract the professor from our bad grammar. Today, ...