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... got up there they would be queuing for even longer. Suckers.
My next stop was Puerta de Alaca a massive arch in the middle of a roundabout, I stopped to take photos in the middle of the two roads (where there's the line of trees) so all the cars were confused as to whether they could go or not! When the pedestrian lights turn green all the motorcyclists get off their bike and carefully walk it over the crossing then keep going - something I've never ...
... just call it a tree because there's only one type, so it would be pointless naming it"
"You're a survivor!"
Me "Thank-you? Why?"
"Because your Australian... There's dangerous snakes and spiders and insects and jelly fish and sharks and the ******s and everything can kill you basically"
"Sometimes in Australia they have to travel like six hours just to get to a hospital!"
"Australia is like, so ...
... and admit that 'they do this different, and better than us'. But we have grown up with news stories saying 'Australia's education system is failing' etc and instead of admitting what could be done differently, they make excuses that help nobody at all but help our pride.
Nat and Diana drove into Madrid to pick up one of their dad's cars, but the only car he trusted Nat to drive was his very first car (47 years old)! Nando, Nat and I then went to ...
... her English is pretty **** considering she's an English teacher - not knowing 'Christmas', 'movie', 'laptop' and 'birthday' amongst other things.
To begin with I was with the equivalent of grade 6, colouring in and decorating the classroom in time for Christmas. One girl, Lucía immediately took to me and didn't stop talking the whole time I was there, her English was better than about 60% of my class!
Next lesson I went in with the grade ...
... We got back slightly late, at 3:20. It's so depressing thinking I should have been leaving school then, although it never crossed my mind until now that I shouldn't even be at school. Last period was a study, so I went and sat with Belén and Ramon whilst Nat dealt with other people's dramas after a very public meltdown. There's quite a few awkward moments with the whole language barrier. 'Seventeen' sounds like 'concrete' (despite the fact that to us they are ...