Hotel Los Berchules
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... ridiculous. Emma and I ponder on this wondering if it could be altitude, attitude or just the cold. Then it dawns on me. I'm guessing that somewhere on that pack of cold tablets he bought in Granada, it will say "don't operate machinery or drive a car while taking this medication"! It's a wonder we didn't fly off the side of the mountain! No more drugs Dick! Two more travellers from a nearby town come to the restaurant for dinner. They are from the UK and have ...
'Si señor,' I said out loud.
' Me voy !!' ( I'm coming)
Yeah! Love the sound of this. The fact the journey is long, complicated and expensive didn't seem to come into it.
Sent the email .
So having landed, so to speak in Nicaragua, quickly all sorts of other info arrived about this volcano studded country, I could feel the adrenalin rising.
... more--and all of this wedged between beautiful old buildings that I hope to learn the names of. There are apartments literally everywhere, above the first floor of every building there are at least five more floors of apartments. We arrived during the end of la festival de Corpus Cristi--a Granada tradition. There were a lot of women and young girls dressed in flamenco, and there were women giving blessings in the street.
We had an expensive dinner at a ...
... up at our hostel door. Lucky we had ear plugs for the night – it was midnight and it looked far from over.
The next morning we went to a café across the road for breakfast and managed to score Bacon and Eggs which is a challenge in Spain as they don’t normally have Breakfast menus anywhere.. not even in McDonalds! We then made our way to the bus stop and boarded our bus to Malaga to see what new adventures it could offer us.
... in Spain, and I am so stoked I get to go to see the best team in Spain!!!!
And finally, a little less exciting update, my classes are all going really well. I love my literature class and all of my professors are great. I really think now is when I am going to get to apply spanish in all different aspects (reading, writing, speaking). We also get our intercambios soon (not sure if ...