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... kept telling me how great my accent was (they must be hard of hearing ;) and they also said I look very Spanish! Hopefully that's a good thing! Their food was delicious, a lot better than the dorm food!
I have already booked trips to Germany, Paris, and Barcelona - thank goodness I worked full time this summer! There is certainly something to say about traveling, it gives you so much time to reflect and grow individually. Like the title says, I feel like I'm ...
Leaving Madrid to head toward the north coast of Spain we
thought we had encountered the worst of the hills, but no, the van was
confronted again and again with further climbs all of which caused it to
struggle and meant that we were often pulling into the side to let those cars
behind us pass. The scenery was much the
same as the trip into Madrid, very harsh and although I looked everywhere not
once did I see a house that even vaguely resembled ...
... like a drowned rat. I found out my rain jacket from H&M is more of a nice looking, water absorbing outer-layer, than it is a repellant of rain. So that was nice. Then we waited outside of class for 20 minutes, only to found out the school forgot to tell all the international kids the class was not being held. Because its a trial period of classes, they only hold each class once a week, which makes sense I guess. The catcher is that there literally is no way to ...
... lots and lots of people and there are history re-enactment thingy. There’s lots traditional dress, drums, canons and shouting.
After sampling a random bar we decideon a small and unassuming looking tapas bar as recommened for our main munching. We find that it has the most amazing tapas food – Argentinian beef with creamy potato, frois grois with apple and manzilla compote, braised veal cheeks, and sea scallops with iberico ham! Devine! ...
... felt like we were IN Spain. And it turns out this place was good. How did we know? Apparently it’s tradition to throw your napkins on the floor, so the more mess on the floor, the more eaters in the place.
We moved on to another place – the Museo del Jamon. That’s right, the Museum of Ham. And that’s exactly what it was. Legs of ham hung from the ceiling like light fittings and if it came from a pig, this place had it. It was ...