Hotel Mar Del Sueve
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... Lolly shop. Those crazy kids thought they could buy up half the shop while we were distracted talking. Lucky Clint caught them before they paid. Andrew wasn't quick enough.
We then went for churros. It is a very Spanish thing to do around 6pm. They taste amazing. We are late, it is 8:30pm. Take it from me, they do not digest well at that hour of the night. I woke during the night & felt so full & disgusting. Should have listened to Leana on that ...
... Andrew to come in from work and spend our time researching the next two weeks of the trip.
Lily has a sleep and enjoys her play time.The boys come home and have decided to brave the cold water and go for a surf. Dan is excited. He never imagined that he would be surfing in Spain.Andrew lends him his brand new wetsuit that he got for Christmas - on one condition. (All the surfers know what that was!)
... to walk the city.
We go to their language school, Immersion and to their new youth project, which is still under construction. We are so impressed with the life they have created, and the work they are doing with the community.
They take us to their favourite patisserie and we all make the difficult choice from the selection of delicious treats. We patiently wait to eat ...
We get Wifi and try to facetime Andrew and Leana but we don't get through. We send them a message "batten down the hatches, the circus is coming to town".
We settle in for a very long day in the car. We are all happy and excited to be heading to Spain. We hope that Lily copes ok.We start the drive and when we stop for lunch we face time Leana. She is excited and tells us that she will hopefully be able to rent an ...
... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...