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... thought he was making progress. It showed his progression, and since his parents were film makers they had films of him when he was younger up until he died, so therefor they showed it, and showed the funeral as well. It really makes you think, and also be sad to think about how things like this happen. Obviously his was an extreme case, because of everything he had dealt with in the past, but still doesn't take away suicide being something sad ...
... and I am communicating back to English-only family and friends, so I don´t really know what to do. However, it is really difficult to speak so much in Spanish and then switch to an English mindset for the blog. It´s possible that I´ll write in Spanish, or maybe both Spanish and English mixed together in a way that English-speakers can understand. For now, I´m just going to write, and whatever comes out of my fingers ...
to an otherwise exhausted group that was quickly succumbing to jet lag, and
many of us carried the laughter back onto the bus, and we prepared to count
heads and leave. We soon discovered,
however, that we were missing one gentleman, who ended up taking a wrong turn
out of the museum, and promptly get separated from our group, and got
lost. His grandson, Conner, a young man
from Jackson who ...
... there I walked to Estella with an older Swedish couple. That day was very nice and I had a great meal, saw where the Kings of Navarre were crowned and took some pictures. The next day, I kid you not, it snowed! However, as I´m finding out, I´m usually too hot, no matter what the temperature, so It wasn´t too bad. Better than the rain. From Estella to Los Arcos where I went to mass and caught up with a Kiwi (New Zealander) I´d met in ...
Day 28 - Madrid Tuesday 09-10-12 Culture time - Museo Nacional del Prado. To say that the Prado is impressive is a gross understatement. The building is magnificent, the main corridor with it's high vaulted ceilings and spaces leading off the sides creates a fantastic experience. The collection is enormous, with the who's who represented. There's a statue of Goya at the entry so you know that there's bound to be a few of his works ...
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