Hotel Husa Bracos
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... American also working as a language assistant (although for a slightly less fascist company than mine), considers a good night out to be sitting on the sofa with a beer, watching a film. We sit very companionably, mostly in silence, exchanging the occasional sarcastic comment. He's fabulous.
Sadly for the sake of my electrics, BS Luis the Spaniard is almost never there. He spends a lot of time out - at his parents' place.
Massive digression: This is something I ...
... foot into oblivion, poking her way up and down the sides in what I can only compare to stabby pains of great stabbiness.
But the worst was yet to come! Every half a minute, while I tried to go to my happy place (like when you're at the dentist), she would ask me: "Where do you feel something now?"
It was like being in a bloody foot exam! The most stressful experience. Every single "movement" she performed on my poor beleaguered feet involved a question about ...
... by telling her I want to look at more before making my decision. Have to pretend to be a flat hunting aficionado, who simply enjoys looking around other people's homes. Now both women think I'm a weirdo.
- Drag self (and Paula, small Spanish shadow) around city to look at 3 other flats that I'd picked.
(Aside: Jesus it's a nerve-wracking business, flat hunting. You have to pretend to love the flat, while simultaneously insisting on everything ...
... of the hotel or the street it was on or near. Realizing we probably had gone too far, we began walking again, this time back toward the center of the city to hopefully find someone more familiar with our targeted location. We tried to enter the address into our google map with Google maps on Jim's iPhone, but it didn't recognize the address or the establishment name. We were crossing the street to go into an auto parts store to attempt to call a cab to take us to the ...
We walked out of Los Arcos this morning at 5.40 a.m. A brief climb out of the town soon leveled off and remained relatively flat for the first 4 miles. Flashlights were no longer needed at dawn (6am) after 3.6 miles. We both had a banana as we walked, which tied us over until Sansol. A cool breeze and the terrain made this an easy walk. We arrived at Sansol at 7:45 am after only 4.6 miles. We continued on to the adjacent village of Torres del Rio for a total of 5.35 miles, ...