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Comfortable, but again no room wifi
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... should of checked rather than assumed that our travel insurance will cover Black Caviar if she is ever injured as the blinkers, windscreen wipers, clutch, accelerator, brake, gears and traffic are all on the wrong side and creating an interesting ride! The rough plan is to head north from Madrid up to San Sebastian, which we have heard is one of the most stunning coastal locations in Europe. To quote our Lonely Planet guide: 'Its said that nothing is impossible. This is wrong. ...
... home, we came to an awkward thing. We came back to our rooms, and there was a bra left in my roommates room, and stockings. Awkward, but hopefully that will be taken care of soon! Anyways we were here just for like a half hour, and than she made us dinner, FISH again. Third day in a row.... I might go insane. Tonight I'm going to look over my stuff, might go out just to explore some more with my friends before I go to bed. We shall see ...
... out of class, Xing su, a Korean guy who only came for the first three days of the month and never returned to class, Roberto, a monk from Poland, and our profesoro Rafa, Spanish of course and who was admired by some of the girls in class. All learning Spanish for their own reason, some more desperate than others. The school had a number of 'immersion' activities (intercambios) organized for us, one of which was beginners salsa. So, of course taking ...
... me a lot of Cafe du Monde in New Orleans, which is world famous for its Beignets. Both places are open 24/7. San Gines is located in Sol, close to lots of Discotecas and Bars. Our teacher informed us that it gets crazy on weekend nights after people leave the discotecas. I can see why, it was delicious! After a nice, chocolately breakfast, we headed to el Rastro. El Rastro is Spain's largest, most famous open air market/flea market. This, of course, was right up my alley! ...
... Greek, Korean, Spanish and is learning Catalan and, I have to admit, answered my questions and taught me the theory of the correct method of using a hole-in-the-ground toilet in China without peeing on yourself. That knowledge basically changed my life (don't laugh, it is very valuable). The apartment seems to embody her quirkiness, as it is decorated with all sorts of interesting lights, panels, 19th century French posters and old books, and has a room ...