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... br> Myles: *in English* "You just said yes to that man twice in one conversation"
Me:"Yup, never speaking Spanish again."
But, alas, I will be speaking Spanish for the next six months. It's a little discouraging when everyone seems to speak better English than I do Spanish. I can't help thinking to myself, what's the point of learning a new language when I seem to already know a universal one? But then I remember that I'm in a big city - one of the ...
We were collected for our tour to Avila and Segovia. We set off for the 1 hour drive with Tony in shorts and no beanie, only to discover it was to be 5 degrees. We walked around the walled city and climbed up to the ramparts. We whizzed off to Segovia to ...
... to wake up at 1 am starving. Right across the street we found some tapas at the rather empty La Concha (prices included), and enjoyed ourselves some rather tasty tapas (toastas: cured duck w/orange slices, smoked salmon with tzatziki sauce both delicious) and wine. It was around 7pm, but I'm told the Spanish eat late hence the empty streets and restaurants (some weren't even open for dinner yet). Along side our tapas we also tried some currants and an ...
... three hours.
The city walls in Avila are pretty incredible. The train station is a good way from the old city - it's probably a good 20-25 minute walk. I finally get to the main entry gate and it's pretty impressive. I walked inside and headed over to the Cathedral. There's a big museum associated with the Cathedral that costs 4 EURo to enter, but they also have a lot of famous works of art, and the Cathedral itself is very impressive. ...
... br> The best hotels we’d stayed in included those in places such as Salamanca, Sancti Petri (the beach resort), Obidos, Lisbon, Guarda and Merida. The poorest hotels included Sintra, Granada and Evora.
We also discussed meals (or in Conor’s case, best desserts), but what really made the discussion worthwhile in my opinion, was when we discussed the everyday differences, which between Australia and Spain there are plenty of. We therefore ...