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Travel Blogs from Collado Villalba
... local children where language and age no longer became a problem. I watched The sun set at 11pm making siesta (the 3pm afternoon nap) not an issue and smiles and “íhola” becoming almost second nature. I highly recommend walking the mountain enclosing San Sebastian and having lunch at the top. Not only will you get your daily exercise, but also you will be able to get a different ...
... from the time I've been here -
In residential buildings, having the least amount of floors is a status, so the rich live in shorter buildings than the poor. It makes sense, thinking about the cost, the investor gets more money if there's more people living there so this way they get money both ways. Nonetheless, it's still pretty stupid.
Spain definitely isn't a private country. People have no problem asking personal ...
We wondered round the theatre district and they proudly showed me everything. A street solely for bookstores, a famous singers house with messages on the exterior walls of the building for her to read. Then the Schweppes building which apparently is very famous and in lots of buildings. It was so hard to take a photo of though because it was on a five minute loop as each pole and letter lit up individually. Finally, back to Sol where we saw the big ...
At the end of the activities, we went outside to meet our guys who ran
Unfortunately, Cal tried to put my GoPro on too early and was kicked out as filming is frowned upon
The other two were safe and had a good time
We continued to wander the streets, get some more food, and watch the cleanup effort
The streets were so trashed that they had to hose them down in ...
... you go to bed. It worked! But I did struggle to get to sleep because the smell made me hungry for chips.
And let’s talk about being fat. We have so many words for this concept – stocky, burly, plump, big-boned, bonny, chunky, hefty, well-rounded, chubby – I could go on. The Spanish just say “Gordo” - fat. In Spain, if you are talking about a person being fat, whether it is yourself or someone else, you say “gordo”. With both Eugenio ...