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... ten hour bus rides), and since we now had an idea of when we would like to go to Madrid, we just didn't feel we had the time. So... We googled and picked a small town on the map and tried to go there: Trujillo, between Lisbon and Madrid. we were so excited, but it turns out Lisbon didn't want to let us go. Through a series of unfortunate events, we wasted half the day finding the right bus station (and the wrong ones), Lisa got ...
... closely followed by a great valentines dinner in London. Cheers Tasso Sophie Fitzgerald and Jess Sears were the best parts of Scotland. Beating even the breathing isle of Skye. They put more smiles on my face in that week, than anyone deserves to have in a month. Embarrassing moment: God there were so many. I think the conversation we had in a club in Edinburgh on burns night has to Win. It was made up on notable quotes such as "how long is the royal mile?" "So back to back is the ...
In 1968 the Egyptian government gave the Temple of Debod to Spain in gratitude for helping to save the Abu Simbel Temple from flooding by the Aswan dam. They rebuilt it in a nice park not too far from our hotel so we went to have a look. The temple is sort of interesting I guess but the park is lovely. Very close to it is the ...
Today was my second day in Madrid. I had my first grammar class at the IES center. The facilities are not of highest quality but the center has its own little quaint charm about it. The grammar class was a good ice breaker among the engineering students.
We explored a little of the Moncloa area to grab lunch but just ended going to a nice Taco restaurant.
A little about the food. On the first day my homestay momma made me Paella which was absolutely delicious. ...
... over the border in the south of France. From there I will set off on the 780km walk back over the Pyrenees and across the north of Spain to Santiago de Compostela. This should take around 30 days. Good job then that as of last Friday my contract finished at work and I am now unemployed. With no pressing engagements holding me back, who knows what will happen and who I will meet on the way. Wish me luck!
A little background info: I first heard about the Camino de Santiago a few ...