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Today started off with breakfast downstairs, there was a huge variety of food; eggs, bacon, cold meats, fruit, muffins, cookies, beverages and heaps more. We met everyone at the bus at 9am then we are had a tour of Madrid City. We stopped to see a famous statue in the city centre but the name escapes me. I got out with the rest of the group and took photographs of this statue, it was famous for the brass bulls guarding the front! Our next ...
Jet lag catches up-planned to be out by 10:30, woke up at 10:15. Toured Bernabéu Stadium where the Real Madrid play. Ate lunch at El Asador de Le Esquina where Will found out steak tartar is NOT hamburger & I found out escalliopine, while in the surf n turf section, does NOT mean scallops. So, Dan ate Will's, Will ate some of mine, I ate some of Dan's, Will ate some of Rachael's & Rachael ...
... a further five minutes I finally worked out they were talking about pollution and the hole in the ozone layer.
"Kangaroos! Koalas! I love them! Have you even seen one?!"
Me "yeah, obviously"
*literally starts crying of joy that he knew someone who has seen a kangaroo*
"Australian beer is the best in the world"
me "have you ever had any?" "No"
"DO YOU SURF?!... All Australians surf, it's like, ...
... by far of course. Others included, an Irish maths school teacher, a German opear , a Japanese lady who spoke lived in France and spoke only japanese and French, a Chinese girl living in Spain with her Spanish boyfriend for a couple of months, a Russian lady who had recently married a Spanish man, an Irish man who just moved to Spain with his Spanish wife, a Korean girl who worked in a hostel down the road who often skipped Mondays and Fridays and ...
We set off to the town of Madrid where we went shopping and learned of a new culture. New tastes, new accents, new smells, & new noises surround us as we ventured off to shops and cafes. We indulged at the market which is very similar to the French Market in New Orleans. I bought a handmade clock to accurately captures the Spain style- beautiful and authentic. At first when we arrived on the outskirts of Madrid it didn't really seem to be the 'Europe' I had expected, ...
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