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... when the dog ran down it. I thought he was trying to kill the dog! But no. The dog was very athletic and brought the ball right back. When we went back to Cameron's flat Ian was there which was nice. And *clears throat* THE ITALIAN ROOMMATE IS GOING TO BE HERE IN A HALF HOUR! I'm so pumped. He better be hot. I'm currently taking a siesta which is between 2-4:30ish where shops close and people nap. Tonight the whole town is having a party that starts at midnight and goes for 24 ...
... not too bad but the walk back up, OMG, it is a killer and for those who don't know me overly well, I am the laziest person I know and guess what, I did it, I walked back up the mountain, see pics, right at the top you can just make out Fifi in the camping grounds all by herself and that is where we walked from and too, pretty good Huh ?? All in all, we have a lovely day but we are excited now to be moving on. My next post will be from ...
... young children, and a young woman who looked like she was in her twenties, maybe their daughter or maybe the sister of one of the parents. We never found out because we didn't speak to them. Instead we walked on ahead, my dad was certain they wouldn't want to talk whilst trying to guide 3 donkeys through a small town with lots of traffic. In the town we stopped and thought about getting at one of the alburgues but then decided against it. Instead we sat on a bench ...
... It is not what we expect. A little lady greets us at a locked door and tells us to wait. When we get inside we see some of the people from our hostel and the old Spanish man from day one. It is the lady's house above and a small shop and dining room below. She is grumpy and seems a bit stressed. We drink red wine, chatting and getting to know each other, laughing at the little lady serving up the food, huffing and ...
... to stay with Madeline, then... who knows. Take care for now!
P.S. I had the opportunity to have my hair cut by a friend in the village this afternoon. She is one of the mothers that I got to know after taking the kids to swimming lessons. She cuts everyone's hair in the village in her garage/salon and I felt that this would be the perfect way to end my stay in Liendo, my small Spanish village.