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... for the night. I met Rachel in front of the government building in the main square at10:30 then we walked to the bar to meet my friends and celebrate Adam’s birthday. We just drank Spanish beer (which has absolutely nothing on Belgium beer, and really isn’t great) and me and rae caught up and talked about our programs. I’ve obviously traveled more but she is still getting to do a low of weekend travel in the area and is living with a ...
but happy, and head to the Alcazar. We look at it, decide there are not enough
hours to give it credit, so we head back to the hotel for a freshen up before
heading out once again for a meal.
Whoops. Didn’t expect to rest that much, and as Anne was not
feeling the best, we heading out of the hotel, across the square and ate at a
little Italian restaurant, which was quite nice for a change, without the usual
plethora of meats.
... is known for its strong winds; it’s an international kitesurfing and windsurfing destination. The whale watching boats can’t go out if it’s too windy so we had our fingers crossed all week that the weather would cooperate for us and it did. We saw more pilot whales than I could count, several huge sun fish, and lots of bottlenose dolphins. Sophia was hoping to see a mermaid. However, as the guide explained to us, mermaids don’t like ...
... up the stairs to the other side of the platform , limping, sweating, all out of breath, waving my arms and screaming WAIT!!!!! WAAAAAAIIIIIITTTTT!!!! as the doors shut just seconds before I could get there. I screamed louder and waved more frantically and then experienced the happiest of all happiness’s as I saw the door open for me!!! I literally collapsed in the doorway of the train. I was all "Gracias, senor! Muchas gracias!!"; the passengers ...
... boring things like tidying up, showers, reading and taking advantage of the free wi-fi. Such laziness, indeed!
Someone stopped by to tell us about the restaurant's Friday drink and tapas deal. It sounded good at €1.50 and as I've not yet had tapas (after 3 weeks in Spain too!) we said we'd be there at 1 pm. That gave us just sufficient time to investigate the nearby hilltop town ...