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Got my butt out of bed bouncing and dancing through the apartment. Today I toss on my pack, grab the sticks, lace up my shoes and walk for the next 30 - 40 days all the way to Santiago - give or take a few kms but around 1000 of them.
Cooked what's probably my last brekky of eggs and veges for the next couple of months as the standard here is croissants and toastados. Have 8 ready to go boiled eggs in my pack for the next few days to go ...
... the boy his job was to help people find there personal legend, and to find this treasure was part of his personal legend. The man told him that if he gave him one tenth of his sheep he would tell him how to find the hidden treasure.The boy agreed, and the man told him that he would have to follow the omens at the Egyptian pyramid- that he would follow the path god had prepared for anyone to follow. ...
However, today I had met lots of strange things, all things were hints for my dream, and I'm exciting. I will sell my sheep, then, I can had more money to travel around ...
... first stop. Here there are pigeons to chase and people to watch. Luckily today is much cooler than yesterday, so the strolling is easy. There's some famous streets there we want to zig zag through and here, like in Granada, they have strung shades between the buildings high up over the most popular walkways which makes for delightful walking below. We make our way in an out of several stores, depending on what strikes our fancy. Fancy fan stores all get a cursory look, we stop in one ...
... red brick and white stone are quite a site.
Even though I enjoyed my day in Cordoba, I couldn't WAIT to get back to Sevilla.
Ensaladilla Rusa or Russian Salad sounds exotic, but, it's only potato salad.
80% of Spanish people do not speak a second language.
Bed pillows here are one long pillow, covering the entire width of the bed, twin/queen, it matters not.