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... she did as well. By the end of the night I impressed a few folks by telling them Chuck Norris is my Uncle (they knew I was joking) and then I demonstrated a couple round house kicks in my Texan boots...it won me a couple free drinks and I'll make sure to demonstrate this to future people I meet. What I really liked is that at 3 in the morning there were people outside playing guitar and dancing and this was on a Tuesday night, haha Spaniards know how to throw down.
... buses. Right now I think there are four per day, although I guess that goes up after May during the high season for beach-goers, when the weather is slightly warmer. I got the one at 9:30 AM, and the next one was at 2 PM. There happened to be a fluent English/Spanish person ahead of me which was very lucky , because the ticket person said "nueva in media" which means 9:30 and I thought he said something like "no in media" and I couldn't understand ...
... will be my personal legend, but i am hoping, because I really love it. When I sing in front of my friends or my family and my parents friends, I get this joy and pride, and I feel good. If I succeed at my singing i would love to feel pride and joy all the time. ...
... to seek treasure at the foot of the Egyptian pyramids. Santiago consults a gypsy woman to interpret the dream, and to his surprise she tells him to go to Egypt. When Santiago is siting on a bench a strange old man named Melchizedek, who claims to be the King of Salem, approaches him and gave him the same advice as the gypsy did. now both the gypsy and Melchizedek told Santiago that it is his personal legend to go to the pyramids and to find the treasure.
... way around Algeciras to where we believed a Nissan dealer to be. It wasn't there! An interesting sign language conversation with two enthusiastic guys in a shopping mall guided us four junctions up the motorway where we finally found Nissan! Once again the service guy could not speak english and woe betide, we cannot speak much Spanish at all. But Javier, now our best buddy was highly familiar with Google Translate and we conducted our ...