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... the area was an important meeting place: as the goal for the couriers coming from abroad and other parts of Spain to the Post Office, it was visited by those eager for the latest news. The stairs to the Saint Philip church at the square were known as the Gradas de San Felipe, and were among the most prolificmentideros de la ...
... and food changes. It's amazing. How, after thousands of years, being so close together, that they have not just become one big mash up of all the languages and cultures I do not know. It would seem to me that if you lived so close to a neighboring country that there would be some interbreeding that would lead to a diluting of all things over time. But the changes are still dramatic. In some cases the landscapes change drastically ...
... I have every right to. There was no way I was going to be able to go to the disco tonight.
Amparo Snr was so worried about me, she could see the pain in my eyes, Diana rushed to my side to see what was wrong and Nat just said 'her backs a little sore' taking no responsibility. Amparo and Diana (a pharmaceutical student) were organising what tablets I needed and then making Nat go out to buy them for me which was extremely ...
... plants”. In the Spanish language, a person plants the seed in the ground, and water them, but it is the plants themselves that do the growing. It is a perfect example of British arrogance. We assume that we have total control over everything, including vegetation, and that we will be better at it than if we left things to their own devices. It is the same arrogance that gets us embroiled in so many crises in other countries. We just can’t seem to keep our noses out.
... tour of the city. Although it poured down rain the whole time, it was still nice and gave us good destination points for the next day. After the long day I finally got to go back and rest in my hotel room. A very strange hotel room, might I add. Both the heater and the blinds are controlled by light shades, the two beds are literally right next to one another (quite intimate), and there is a phone next to the bidet in the bathroom (yes, there is a bidet).