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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 ...
... West Virginia. Lourdes (our trip leader) mentioned that the town is safe with nice(ish) people. I'm feeling a little nostalgic! I remember walking through Shepherdstown and enjoying the local restaurants, basically what we did here in Valladolid today. It was very nice to see this town!
Now, it is time to hop back on the bus and drive another couple of hours. Next time we post, we will be in Santander!
... Mayor. We could not ask for a better location, as we are close to pretty much everything, except our university. We have about a 40 minute walk every morning and afternoon, but the city is so gorgeous it's completely worth it!
The day after arriving in Valladolid, we had to wake up bright and early for placement testing, orientation, and a tour of the city. We then had a quick break to rest up, before going out for our welcome dinner with all the students and faculty in ...
... and had ready for us for after the meal! :) After all that food I needed a nap!
In the evening we went to Simancas, a town nearby that I always liked. I wanted to show my mom the castle there. We visited the castle and then walked all around the town. We had ice cream, I found chorizo (Spanish sausage) flavored potato chips... and we enjoyed drinks and talked.
I was so happy that mom ...
... earth to tempt men, and he said they can’t think for themselves, so their husbands are there to provide them with guidance. I’m pretty sure everyone’s jaws dropped when we were hearing about all of the corruption that occurred here only 30 years ago.
Today on the walk home from school, I noticed that they are already getting ready for Semana Santa. They started setting ...