Travel Blogs from Pinto
... that night, which again I will delve into more. When we got back to the hostel the others were back, having visited these amazing rock pools and cave systems and the like, and embarking on a self-professed photo shoot. After a bit of a relax, it is here we embarked on our grand dinner. I am a firm believer that you can tell a lot about a person from their actions in the kitchen, both their effort and their expertise. Axel the soon-to-be PE teacher and toned former gymnast was ...
... to the Office Of Race Relations...the Pacific Islanders. One set of folks wouldn't be seen dead without being dressed to the 9's when out and about, and the other is perfectly comfortable making an anti-fashion statement with a track suit pant, hoodie, and Jandal ensemble. And good for them! The sight of a taught, stretched Adidas track suit pant barely restraining large, rotating, independently suspended buttocks is sure to put visitors at our International Airport at ...
... of people making their way around the stores. Tonight is the huge championship match between Real Madrid and Atletico de Madrid, which is going to be crazy! Everyone is wearing their jerseys and chanting things in the streets, such an awesome atmosphere to be around and the game hasn't even started yet. Karliana and I wanted to buy ourselves some soccer jerseys but we were too scared that we would get beaten up for not choosing the right team in certain areas. Oh, and they ...
Yesterday started off a good note with beautiful sunny weather. I was to meet up in Carlos at 11:30 to work on a lab report for fluids class. I was tired out of lab reports from the thermo the night before so I didn't feel the happiest heading there. One thing that was different was that there was a Spanish kid in our group and also a guy that I didn't really know from Iceland. Because of this I ended up speaking a lot of Spanish which made me happy. ...
... im sorry)
guapa (beautiful -person)
feo: 'fail' (ugly)
de nada (no worries)
hablo: 'ablo' (speak)
Vamos (come on)
igualmente: 'el one men-tay' (same, you too)
ah dios mio (oh my god)
* its actually Laura but i only discovered this at the end of my ...