Hotel Husa Gran Via
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... might want to know more about my job / flat / life, than about any experiences with weird Spanish people rubbing my feet.
(Personally, I would rather read about reflexology gone horribly wrong, but hey, whatever floats your boat).
I can't even get into all the job stuff right now (watch this space for next entries), as it's still manic beyond belief here. But I managed to move into my new flat last weekend, and I'm rather enamoured with it. It's bang on the (pretty ...
... It's an awkward wave for almost everyone else in England.
(Aside - someone needs to do a study on gender divides in casual greetings! The AMOUNT of times I've stood in a group as the only girl, and have the newcomer male shake everyone else's hands, and then come at me like a torpedo for an uninvited kiss cheek. Why?!)
And when are you close enough friends to hug? Is it the second time you meet? You can't do the awkward wave for the second time!
... it is to be a parent, the teachers are the ones babysitting the little brats for the majority of the day. The parents just have to do after school segment and weekends. The teachers get the short end of the ****** stick, in every way.
And god knows I really shouldn't be whining so much, at least not in the first two days. But I'm exhausted and overwhelmed and I know enough about myself to know I can't do this job. Just moved countries for a job ...
... cross the bridge into Logrono and find Eric waiting for us to guide us to the hostel. If Eric's wife is reading this - you are lucky. And Rina, Siebe has been wonderful.
If anyone thinks I bear a resemblance to the energizer bunny, however, I pale by comparision to Liam - who was the talk of the day. He left Estella at 4 this morning and arrived in Logrono before me (50 kilometer walk for him). Sean, Calum, ...
... hotel, close to the city centre) and get us there. A stage of the race of the Vuelta d'espania was scheduled for the next day and we were hoping to catch a glimpse of some of the riders. I didn't take very many photographs today ... too busy trying to just survive. Logrono appears to be a very interesting city to visit and to spend more time exploring but we were determined to continue our ...