Globales Hotel de los Reyes
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... sea of brown haired people who all wear dark coats. Not helped by her height, shorter than all the racks. This also is a problem with Spanish change rooms. They don't have locks and all have a strip of opaque glass so you can tell whether there's a head in there but Nat doesn't reach that line so people kept walking in on her.
Nat was right about Candela, we would have to babysit her so Moni could shop. It was actually hilarious, Moni drives in the middle ...
... tops tucked in because it's baggy - maybe that's not giving me any shape, my hairs up it could make my face look rounder. But in the end I gave up and accepted the inevitable.
Dinner was massive - there was plenty of types of ham, chips, a few types of prawns, raw muscles, spicy potato (not even spicy but they were sweating) and raw pork. Of course I was given everything to try and I ate it all - even the raw balls of pork which granted ...
... nor Angi had good enough English to explain to me what was going on. I had no idea that it would turn out to be a 3.3km walk - I was absolutely furious! My back was aching so bad I had tears in my eyes and I had no choice but to just keep walking at the rocket pace they were going. Then at the shopping centre we spent two hours walking around - Nat never once saying a word to me. I felt bad asking for her to drive me home then I realised ...
... watched Rudolph, a Christmas movie. They all took it in turns to say 'hello, my name is ____. What is your name? I am ___ years. How old are you?' In this class too a girl and boy kept talking to me which was really nice except when I couldn't understand them. They were all so innocent and god they do some crazy things! A chubby boy went up to Virginia at one stage as she was sitting down and held mistletoe over her head not understanding what it means and we ...
... 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 BelÚn 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 ...