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Ok - They charge you for water. The service in the cafateria was shocking. The girl would not deliver the food 5 feet past the counter where she worked and I was the onlyu customer in the Place. Each time I ordered somthing a beer or something to eat, I had to get up from my seat and walk 5 feet to the counter and collect it.
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So, I've recently received a 'complaint' about this blog, from an acquaintance who shall remain nameless (you know who you are, you daft cow).
"Wahahh wahhh wahhh", she started (she didn't, but just imagine a whingey tone).
"Your blog isn't a travel blog at all! At least that one from Bolivia talked about different places. This is just like, a stream of consciousness diary!"
Mate, I refer you to the first entry on this particular blog. Explaining exactly ...
... you about your own culture. And about how much of it you brought with you. I've learnt more about the British while living abroad than I ever did in England - and sadly, I've learnt just how British I actually am...
The most obvious example - physical contact. I like my personal space. Actually I love it. We're in a long term, committed relationship. I really don't go in for non-consensual hugging (whyyyy do people do this?!) and I have a small panic attack every time ...
... Half an hour breaks in between with just enough to walk to each one? For five hours on the trot? Trying to memorize staircases? HA!
b) It's so busy and stressful that the only time I sat down today was to pee. We all know that I am lazy, and paradoxically easily stressed.
c) The schedule means almost constant unpreparedness. The children sense this and make ***** of me.
d) I'm completely banned from speaking Spanish in ...
... had planned to spend the night in Viena, but I had only walked 18 kilometers and felt I could keep going - so I did.
A group of us decided we could make it to Logrono and so Siebe and Eric went ahead to find us a good hostel. Lillyana took a cab from Viena, but Tina (31 years my junior) and I decided to walk. We both realized that 25 km was our maximum for the day, but by then it was too late. It was wonderful ...
... of something and next thing he is walking back my way saying "psst psst and something in Spanish" trying to attract my attention. We had a conversation of sorts where I finally worked out he wanted me to take a photograph of a laminated piece of paper advertising an albergue in town...it was all very strange...so I took the photograph and he walked off in the same direction we were heading very happy! We saw him again closer to ...