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... and shouting. The Food market/Mercado has many places and bars to eat and drink around and in it and here to pick & choose what to have and stand at various tall tables to do so, it was rowdy but fun and a good way to see an array of tastes catered for. They love pizza and maexian as much as us it would seem!! but overwhelmingly it was great jamon and cheese dishes with rioja that ruled the crowds palate.
We walked out to San Sebastian and watched a ...
Q: How would a revolver help the Englishman to trust people? Do you feel the same?
A: I think that the Englishman found comfort in having "backup", or so to speak. He thought that if someone betrayed or threatened him, he would have something to threaten them back with. I do not think that it is reasonable to need to have a revolver in order ...
Q: Would you rather stay in one place all your life or move around? Why?
A: I would move around a lot, but always return to my home. I don't believe that someone can stay on the road their whole lives. Part of human nature is wanting to settle down and stay somewhere. ...
... falls asleep in the marketplace, and he wakes ups as merchants begin setting up shop for the day. A candy seller offers Santiago his first sweet. Santiago notices that some merchants speak Spanish and others speak Arabic, but they communicate with each other without words.
Meanwhile, a crystal merchant wakes up feeling anxious. For thirty years his shop has stood on an empty, lonely street ...
... we were ready to begin our journey to another continent far away (approximately 15 kilometres by water to be exact)! The boat trip was bumpy at times but predominately smooth, and an hour later we arrived in Tangiers at 11AM local time, as Morocco is one hour earlier than Spain in timezone. We were greeted by a man called Nadjib (pronounce Nar jib, and I'll be honest, I don't actually know how to spell it correctly) at the port, who worked ...