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... and "I can feel the blood". It was just super interesting and was my favorite. Like you could feel the stress of someone going through a rough time. After the museum we walked to the Basilica but it was closed for siesta. We then went and got churros with hot chocolate and the hot chocolate here is incredible. It's super thick and delicious, almost like hot yogurt. We walked a total of 14 miles today and it was all worth it. Bilbao was very beautiful and reminded me of a bigger San ...
... we happened upon an unexpected sight - a Triumph garage no less! It would be rude not to call in and so after a wait for them to reopen after lunch I, not knowing where to start on getting Tinkerbell fixed, ordered two expensive screws for the tail light and left it at that. The duct tape was holding everything together perfectly - why pull it all off now? On we ride along some brilliant twisty roads, sometimes stuck behind caravans, sometimes overtaken by cyclists, but ...
... We did an Examen of Consciousness that night and reflected on our day, our week, and our time thus far in Madrid. We spend the rest of the night getting to know each other and just hanging out.
The next morning we woke up and had breakfast, did a morning prayer, and another morning reflection. This reflection was on finding God’s love for the World. We broke up into small groups and talked about our experiences in this topic. Then we departed to Azpeitia. Azpeitzia is ...
Bilbao was a little bit of a struggle. I have managed to avoid culture shock thus far with Germany adopting some North American culture (for lack of a better word) and the people's ability to speak English, though I have been trying to speak Deutsch as much as possible. However, I got hit by it here in Spain. Nobody speaks English and the culture and atmosphere made me look forward to going back to Germany.
This pleases me in the sense that I am reassured I am getting the ...
... view of pacifism in relation to World War II, the Spanish Civil War and the bombing of Guernika. We left with a much clearer understanding of the tension between the Basques and the rest of Spain.
Upon exiting the museum, we experienced the real Spanish siesta for the first time. The town had appeared to come to a screetching halt. We were lucky to stumble upon a delightful little restaurant, where "lost in translation" doesn't even begin to cover ...