Hotel Alda Plaza Mayor
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... steps for the day meaning we've walked our daily minimum and at least 15km. A rest day.
Walking back into the old city we trip over a vegetarian restaurant - it's open - closes at 6 - it's only 4:30 - stuff it early dinner! To DIE for in short words. The best meal I've had in ages!
Off to the supermarket to restock cheese and biscuits - we have discovered these 'mini' (not really, they call them that) toasts that have been done with olive oil, oregano ...
Buenas! Another morning of Philadelphia cream cheese! And it is exactly a month today since I have been in Spain! It is so hard getting up early here because it doesn't begin to get light until about 8:30-8:45 de la mañana and I get up around 8 am. This morning I had conversación y redacción y la lengua españolaI. In conversation, we reviewed what we have been working on and talked a little about verbs. I need to start preparing my presentation for that class but I have time since it ...
... where my flatmates had secretly decorated the living room and invited friends over for a birthday lunch, cake and more cake, thanks guys! :D. Then came the planning for my 21st night out. I had a great time introducing pre-drinks and 'The Ring of Fire' to my non-English friends. Trying to explain the rules in Spanish , French, English and then having to get someone else to explain them in German proved rather entertaining! Especially the ...
... Only 6 people in the class but it was bloody nerve racking! Lunch today was a seafood soup eeeekkk. I had put on my homestay form that I don't eat if he but that was obviously ignored. Marisol dished up a huge amount to Samantha and I. Marisol went back to the kitchen so we both carefully put some back in there pot!! I completed my homework then headed off to the plaza to meet Libby and Jan so we could walk to the cooking class together. Today ...
... followed this route before heading back to the campsite.
Returning to the campsite we surreptitiously watched a
Portuguese couple put up their tent on the next pitch to ours. They must have
been in their late 50’s and both wore the same shade of burgundy. Her outfit
consisted of very short leather hot pants, tights and knee high boots with a
fitted fine knit jumper. It was like a sketch from the Dick Emery show. Who
needs a television??