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... an open window 17 floors down to its death, been harassed by an Argentinian sex pest, endlessly heard / walked in on various flatmates mid-shag, had an invasion of giant moths in my house, regularly slept in a coat due to lack of central heating, had barely existent internet, had a hairdryer explode into flames upon plugging it in, swept cocaine off a chopping board and spliff off my kitchen table, and had a towel pegged to a rail for a bathroom door.
And that was just during ...
... my bladder had seized up like a woodlouse.
Finally, I was able to make my escape, and as I was walking hurriedly out the door, shouting bland pleasantries over my shoulder, she exclaimed:
"Look at your face! So much colour! I told you, I am very good at massage."
No Pepa, that was just my burning blush of shame that set my face alight.
So the moral of this story is, if I really was as open and chilled and as Mediterranean as I used to think, ...
... Paula for intense paperwork morning. 3 trips to the police station, 1 trip to the bank, 2 to the phone shop, 2 to the office, and all the way sending increasingly hysterical emails to Cambridge, trying to get them to actually put their letterhead on the thing they needed to sign ages ago, and I'm finally done. (Cambridge wouldn't be Cambridge without unfeasibly incompetent academics and their endless paperwork cock ups).
I have renewed my social ...
... is a large gracious city reminiscent of Madrid with many outdoor cafés and interesting tiny streets crammed with shops restaurants and tapas bars. Most restaurants don't open till after 7.30- 8.00pm so we filled in time in the Zara shop! Had a great time trying on many different zany outfits and doing imaginary makeovers on each other. By 8.30- starving - we set off to find somewhere to eat. We walked and walked and walked past many ...
... town which apparently is from the Byzantine period, around the 12th century. Usual routine - claim a bed, shower, limp around a bit getting organised, have a rest and then go out exploring for a while.
Warren is full of beans today so has gone out with Roland and Ute and Linda to suss out the place. They should be reporting back soon so we will go out early as the doors are closed just after 10pm. Obviously it is not the pilgrim way to be out until all hours.