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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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... a mediaeval fort. the cliff face down to the new city was dotted with cave houses and little stone houses built into the stone.
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... rapid fire, rolled out the fastest Spanish I've heard yet. I had no idea what he said. I identified myself as not speaking Spanish and being Australian, and he raised his hands in the air, and shuffled off quickly over to the ladies. All three then came over, and all those feelings of "I've reached the limit of the RSA law, and I'm on my way out" came back to me. They started tugging at my pack and removed it, took my walking poles, sitting them down and ...
... on living with too many other girls...)
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Aaaahhhh, beneficial sexism. When guys do the **** that they think girls can't do, and we don't disabuse them of this notion, because we actually don't want to do it. Or we just can't be *****.
I don't know about you girls, but in ...
... and ate more Pintxos and then as it had been such a big day Ian and I attempted to get back to the hotel, only to be faced by a sea of people all watching the fireworks that had just started. After a couple of attempts to get through we gave up and watched the (most impressive) fireworks. When the fireworks finally finished we slowly made our way through the crowds back to our hotel where we collapsed from sheer exhaustion (we had clocked up over 49,000 steps on our ...
... already (10:00 am)... Saturday. So hotel is all that is available.
We stopped into 2 of the churches, Kim will go back and spend more time.
We said goodbye since Stew and I were headed for Navarette.
Before leaving Stew and I had tapas in ...