Melia Sierra Nevada
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- Swimming pool
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... of us had managed to order a local omelette and mixed salad each. Unfortunately being a Tapas bar the waiter had misunderstood our excellent linguistic skills and only brought one of each dish. We readily consumed these and then resorted to an iPhone translation program to decipher the menu and get a considerable amount of chicken each as a second course. Finally appetite satisfied we set off back to the rally hotel for the briefing. Fifteen minutes of finding out ...
... often I'm not nostalgic. It took me a while to realise why - because I don't appreciate everything in my life, that I've grown to expect and take for granted and it's only when faced with the possibility of it being taken off me to I realise how special it is, even the little things.
I always rolled my eyes when I read 'it's a life changing experience' on the student exchange websites before I left - fun yes, life changing no. But it has changed me in so many ways. I'm ...
... my boots off and go through again. Finally it was over, I thought - despite having no signs I had to take my laptop out of my suitcase and put all my bags through again (handbag included)! They just saw me go out so I slipped through the side but no I had to go through the metal detector again!! It took 40 minutes to get everyone through even though there were hardly any passengers and eight lines.
Everyone had bought heaps of chocolate for their family but I didn't bring ...
... most perfect sunset, the best I've seen here ever, times just for me I'm sure.
Even saying goodbye to Eusebio was hard, he had tears in his eyes and was blowing me kisses as we pulled out. We finished the night at Angis house with our group, not really doing anything so it was boring at times. Sergio's boyfriend (who everyone was meeting for the first time) recognised me immediately and me him but we have no idea how or when. It must ...
... hot chocolate, more buffets, and from the Sunday afternoon, so so so much snow fell. The place was completely transformed into a winter wonderland and we had to dig our car out on the last day to leave. The roads were very unpredictable, so we bought and fitted chains. Having never had to use snow chains before in Australia, we had to work out how to fit them etc – all in minus 6 degrees, yes -6. What is usually a 30 ...