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... linda y perfecto!
I had about one hour once I got back to the apartment before it was time to say good bye to my foster family and catch a taxi to the airport. Felipe helped me get my stuff down to street level, kissed me on both cheeks and made sure the taxi driver knew exactly where to drop me off. I had a comical conversation with the elder taxi cab driver on the way to the airport because he thought Felipe was my new spanish boyfriend and I tried to explain the ...
... the point that there is more to a healthy life than exercise and healthy food.
Dictino had strong feelings on the subject, which shouldn't be too surprising since he is a psychologist. What WAS surprising was his constant and unrelenting emphasis on sex. No matter how we took the direction of the content, he kept insisting that we include it as essential to a healthy life. The more he insisted, the more we laughed. But honestly, his points for ...
... days spent in Madrid painted a picture of a busy city caught up in the midst of high society and high industry. As we learned touring through the city, Madrid as always been the center of the social elite and a major controlling force in Spain. With its lack of industrial power or massive control of all the economics of Spain, Madrid shared many similarities with Atlanta. More than just a similar climate and geography, Atlanta and Madrid share many commonalities. Both cities ...
... br> I had an awesome time. We danced for hours and hours to music only in Spanish-- it was so nice not to have to listen to all the American top hits for once. We ended up leaving at probably around 4am and left to go to a chocolaterķa-- the Spanish late-night snack is churros and chocolate. I can definitely deal with that.
We then took the bus home and arrived at 6am, heading to bed immediately when we walked in the door. I can definitely get used to ...
... and varies at each restaurant. They're delicious though. The other
exciting and also slightly terrifying thing in Madrid that we
experienced was the Marches for Dignity 22-M. Naturally we
decided,without being aware of this,to be in Madrid the same weekend
that thousands of really ****** off unemployed and homeless people from
all over Spain had planned to protest in Madrid. Yes,thousands of
people. The protest was an anti-austerity protest ...