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... almost sounds like a lisp. In Spanish when a "c" or "z" come before an "I" or "e" they make a SSS sound, just like a "s" in the word slurpee. In order to distinguish between the three they instead make a "th" sound like the "th" in Theodore. If you are unaware of the accent it makes understanding these amazing people very difficult. Hopefully school will help, but that's going to be intense as well. One class from 9-1p and then another immediately after at 1:15-2:15! No me ...
... across the ceilings. If a restaurant this funky opened up in Bathurst, people would go bonkers for it. We also managed to get a bargain here, receiving a three course meal for only 10 euro. After dinner we went to a little bar for a San Miguel beer and experienced southern Spain’s ‘buy a beer and receive a free tapas’ culture, something I could get used to if they decided to start it up in Australia.
We then headed home ...
... but I am hoping to go back at the end of the program to see them full with flowers!
The best part about it thought was that I felt like I was learning more about the history and construction than I had the first time. When Holly, Hannah and I went Paul did a great job of telling us things about each of the things we saw, but it was cool to go back and remember that I heard ...
... stage two of project 'can-we-travel-for 2-months-and-still-fit-into-our-clothes -at-the-end-of-it'. Running was struck off the list early as its just too blooming hot,our Londonised bodies are struggling to last more than two or three hours walking aroundin this heat let alone running! Price wise, how did Granada do? Not too bad at all....Twin room in hostel shared bathroom: 42/nightJug of Sangria: 8Wine: 2-3Tapas: 6-10Cheapest eat: 2 for wine with free ham and cheese bagel and ...
... some interest at least.
We then had ANOTHER huge day on the bus as we drove to Rabat and a
dodgy motel. No fridge, and the beds suited only those less than
And then ANOTHER huge day on the bus today with a wakeup call at
3.30am. And a lovely ferry ride back to Spain. It is difficult to
pinpoint exactly what I liked least about that trip but some
highlights would include the screaming children, the vomiting