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... hair and said to Pito, 'She's not poor, I'm not giving her any money.' A weird weird feeling to feel. It took us a good couple of days, if not weeks to get over the weird culture shock feeling. Realistically it is something that will stay with us forever. Yes we are consumers and are now spending our healthy bank account travelling around the world but I would like to think we now have a good perspective on things. Once you've been to Africa your soul is changed ...
... new people and made some new friends.
Ryan found some frozen yogurt places (he was soooo happy!) There are so many different kinds of people from all over the world. The Spanish people speak that beautiful Spanish and are kind.
Today we slept in and went to Church. The church building was small but so beautiful. It was one of the loudest meetings I have ever been in! Ryan is right...I have been spoiled by the quietness of our Liberian branch. The children ...
... attention of Isabel and her sister, Pilar (the chef). The food was lovely, the rioja, divine. Later Pilar came out to chat to us. It was a wonderful afternoon - made more special because it felt like we had employed our own personal chef and help to dine at home. From experience, I have been unsuccessful procuring a table for dinner in restaurants of repute - I've had more luck making lunch reservations. ...
... here and they are extremely patriotic, like you can never met them without being told in the first ten minutes that they're Moroccan.
Basically it is three sandstone things in the middle of a shallow man made lake. Two are arches and the last is the temple which is pretty small and you can't go into. It was really pretty however, almost no one else was there. A hundred meters away was a lookout but my luck with fog struck again and we couldn't really see much.
... around the neighborhood to find something to eat. Upon looking at the map during our meal, we found we were near the naval museum and decided to go visit it. You study all the Spanish explorers in school, and now were seeing the replicas of the boats they took across the oceans, and the equipment they used. The museum actually turned out to be very interesting.
For dinner that night, Madrid happen to be playing ...