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... first lie in I have had for about 35 years....it was a very strange feeling to wake up so late, but of course entirely normal for the student! As we were camped near a wide river we decided to take a couple of kayaks out. Lovely & peaceful. Jacob felt like a dip in the river, so in he went!
Dinner omellette with Jacob's choice of 1 Euro red wine...!
Up 6.30 & off to Madrid via country roads before picking up main road outside Madrid.
... were married not too long ago.
By the time we reached Templo de Debod, it was sunset, so we missed getting to go inside, but it made for some incredible pictures
Friday morning my Study Abroad group took us to Salamanca, located about 2 and a half hours by bus North of Madrid. The first day our director, Carlos, took us to the famous University of Salamanca, the oldest university in all of Spain. We also got to see the Old Cathedral ...
Today was my first day of classes. I didn't fall asleep last night until 3 am and woke up at 7 am. Breakfast was as usual, but today I ate by myself since Alex didn't have class until 11. I left here around 8:30 for my 9 am class. First I had conversación y gramática for two hours. There is a break between hours and everything is so relaxed. La profesora de mi primera clase es tan amable. We learned a lot about her. Her name is Chara Coca and she has lived in ...
... up the sun. It was very interesting to see how quiet it was and how many shops had closed for lunch. Ruth walked us to cour cooking class. It seemed miles away, but then we discovered that our hall of residence for next week, is even further! Our class was in a residence, there was us plus a couple of other girls. We have 3 days of classes. Today we prepared the gazpacho ( cold soup) as well as making tortilla. We ...
... of other travellers started an impromptu flamenco group despite us being in Portugal.
The tolerant crew joined in but the group will need to work on it before they take it on the road.
We were met at the other end by our intrepid bus driver, José, and driven across the border back into Spain. A very long drive but their roads and bridges are amazing.
Over 300 kms of dual carriage tollway, seems to go on for ...