Maktub Backpackers Guesthouse
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I have officially visited hospitals in 5 countries.
Here's the story for Spain.
It was during my second week working at Makuto. I walked in the door late one night and saw a group hanging out in the tree house, so I go up. When I make my entrance, a guy says to me "Jasmine! you need to take her to the hospital!"
I was skeptical, naturally, because the group seemed fairly intoxicated. Once I got the story straight another coworker and I decided we ...
... a bit from the romans. It was well worth the E14.40 each including the bus. We opted not to do the tour or get the audio guides this time. We wanted to go at our own pace and the audio guides have been too in depth- and there were over 60 points of interest. We spent nearly four and a half hours and then missed the upper level of the Renaissance palace the spanards built once they got the Alhambra back of the moors who had developed it for nearly ...
... and it helps to keep the heat out of the apartment. We don't have air conditioning and the temperature runs about 80 degrees here so far. I sleep in a twin size bed next to my roommate, Celeste. The room size actually isn't that horrifying because I don't spend a lot of time in the room. Usually, I go out to dinner or out for tapas and I come in around 1, sleep until 9, then get ready for the day. That will probably change when classes start.
My Senora ...
... probably think we are so unintelligent because all we keep saying is "Si" and "Gracias" and "Lo Siento." It's so hard to understand because they talk SO fast and have such a different accent. I'm barely keeping up with them, but she did give us a long lesson on how to unlock the doors. Needless to say, after Krysta and I got lost for an hour after meeting with our group, we couldn't unlock the doors. She heard us trying to get in and ...
... br> But first before we left Cordoba, we visited a leather shop and bought some Cordoba themed coasters. There was some amazing stuff there, including leather worked furniture. We also saw a guy there getting a custom leather engraving done.
We walked around the new part of town - we tryed to go to the Jazz Cafe that was in our guide books but were told it is not a "comidor" so they don't serve food, so we left. I think they ...