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... Burger". It's a chain restaurant here in Spain and I'll admit, it was a good burger (unfortunately, Kenan and Kel were not at the restaurant and they did not say "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger" when I came in).
On Friday I spent most of the day running in Retiro, catching up on homework, and RELAXING which I haven't been able to do for some time now. It felt so great to finally be able to just let myself enjoy all the great things about Madrid, ...
... in (after being told at the door that a ticket on my phone wasn't suitable and that I needed to go across the road and print it out before I could get in!) I ordered one drink, and after handing over drink €18 decided I wouldn't be paying for anymore drinks! Going out on my own was pretty daunting, but it was quite easy to meet people and generally once you tell them you're from Australia and you've come to Ibiza on your own they think you're crazy and interesting ...
... much in pain, but it was nice to see her trying. After that we talked a little but than the phone rang and Kea and I left because we weren't sure if it was Raquel calling and we didn't want it to be awkward. After that, we got ready to go out because we were going to a club/bar around here, and everyone is going. It was fun to be with all my friends, but one of them got a little too drunk, ...
... Spanish' or when Nat lists the words that I do understand.
Despite Spain being tiny in comparison to Australia there are so many lanes of traffic and I've never seen a time when they are actually needed! The most lanes I've counted was 15 on the highway to/from Madrid but even residential streets have two lanes each way plus one lane on either side for parking.
My family is really conscious of me getting a cold (which ...
The passion filling the room during the first flamenco show I attended is hard to put into words. I only have a single photo, but it was a highlight of our visit to Madrid.
With a small group of about 20 we crammed into a humid basement below the city streets. I wasn't sure what to expect in a flamenco show. I had images of a beautiful woman in a red dress with a big flower in her hair swishing her skirt around with one hand and holding a ...