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... s washing they got mixed with - count them as gone and we are heading to Salamanca today (big city) so I can buy a pair (hope). Only a long distance hiker can appreciate the loss. We carry minimal everything so our packs weigh as little as we can get away with - soooooo there is little if anything 'extra'!
4km to the next village and hoping bar will be open for brekky when we get there. Slow going 4km over rocky ground and some drizzle as I ...
... and not to mention I'm starving after class. For lunch today, we had the pumpkin soup again and chicken legs with carrots. Please no more chicken!!! After lunch, I started preparing an outline for my presentation that is due next week. At 5:30 pm, I met a guy from intercambio under the clock. We went to this little cafe and I had hot chocolate (more like a melted candy bar.) It was fun, first we talked in Spanish for about 40 minutes and then in English for about a half hour. His ...
... p so despite being 1035 miles away from home I had an amazing birthday.
Lectures officially start on Monday :( so I'm sad to say that my 3 weeks and 3 days holiday in salamanca is nearly over and the hard work is about to begin. I haven't had a lecture since April so I am deffo not looking forward to going to back to uni, let alone to lectures that will be in Spanish. But I'll keep you updated about how that goes!
... the historical University building whose entrance is
described as a visual feast, a tapestry in sandstone, bursting with images of
mythical heroes, religious scenes and coats of arms.
Apparently, in all this carving is a frog, which if spotted
without any help brings good luck and even marriage within the year. I now
suspect a deliberate act on John's part to avoid the University.
The city has a cycle route that circumnavigates the city. ...
... have been called Jaffa. How good it was too! Then, Sr Jillian take note, a violet flavour. This was in honour, of course, of Haighs violet creams! Back on the bus to travel to the old university town of Salamanca, but on the way we take a detour, not on the itinerary, to the tomb of the great St John of the Cross. He was the spiritual advisor of Theresa of Avila, and author of mystical writings. Salamanca is another delight again. Our accommodation is in a restored monastery. And I ...