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Lovely, sunny weather as we travel south toward the coast of France on the Gulf of Gascony. We skirted the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. We are on the western side of the Pyrenees which form a natural boundary between France and Spain. After we crossed the border into Spain we stopped for morning tea. Used our new language 'gracias'. We could see the Atlantic. As we travel along the tollways we go through ...
... was pretty late to be out but we saw plenty of people out and about as though it were midday.
Madrid is also a regal city. There are such astounding works of art that pepper the city so casually. These buildings serve as a reminder of Madrid's power in a country that is dominated by regional differences. It is, after all, the capital. However, I am excited to see other parts of Spain and how the people there perceive themselves to the capital. ...
... was much closer than I had expected. The first bull fight was the most traumatic. First the bull comes out a little injured and then several matadors drained the bulls energy by grabbing his attention on all sides. Then the trumpet rang and two horses came out blind folded ears covered and slightly drugged. The bull attacked the horses and the man on top of the horses would just stab the ball over and over again. When the ...
... her English is pretty **** considering she's an English teacher - not knowing 'Christmas', 'movie', 'laptop' and 'birthday' amongst other things.
To begin with I was with the equivalent of grade 6, colouring in and decorating the classroom in time for Christmas. One girl, Lucía immediately took to me and didn't stop talking the whole time I was there, her English was better than about 60% of my class!
Next lesson I went in with the grade ...
... the road to the park. I had brought my blanket with me so we found a nice spot under some trees and payed down. We chatted, people watched and played candy crush then decided to go for a walk around the beautiful park. At around 5pm we headed to the Atocha train station to see the memorial for a terrorist attack which had occurred there a few years ago. It was basically just a big blue room with a hole in the roof which featured a plastic cone that went ...