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... up when we got to Madrid. It is sad to say this is the last of our class trips. Although they could be a pain because we actually had to do work for them, they really were a lot of fun and we all thoroughly enjoyed them. It is sad recognizing this is the last trip because it means the semester is coming to a close. This was such a great class to be in because it gave us experience with so many other cities of Spain!
... and this seems to be because it has been ingrained into their culture. This is not the case in the United States.
In the United States we are always told to conserve resources in as many ways as possible, and the reason that we are constantly being reminded of these things is because they are not practiced. Few people recycle, or consciously think about how much energy and water they are using. In Spain and Portugal these things are not only practiced but are ...
... a siesta. We didn't have change for water from the vending machine so I went a few doors down to Starbucks to swap some change then grabbed a water and went up for a snooze. When we woke up we had a bit of time until we had to meet Graham so we chilled in the room and played guitar for a bit, then when he got there, we met him out the front. We made our way out to Mestalla stadium and as we were getting closer and closer you could hear the ...
... up in Budapest in a weeks time.
- Beard Watch: as I know you are all interested in how my beard is progressing, here is an update. I still haven't shaved in nearly a month and the facial hair is very sparse, with it only appearing like a filthy neck beard at the moment, but I assume it can only get better.
- Cam bought his third backpack for the trip yesterday, as the one from home and Gibraltar have fallen apart. The first lasted like four months and the second only a ...
After walking around Cuenca all day Saturday, on Sunday I felt like relaxing and stuffing my face. So our host mom took my roommate and I to her casita (literally "little house") in the mountains. It was about a half hour drive to the outskirts of Valencia until she pulled onto a very skinny gravel road that probably had 10 properties, all smashed right up against each other. Even "space" in a big city isn't very spacious. But she has four dogs, 3 of ...