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... internet that offers Turkish baths that I thought we would try if we could fit it in. Since we did not have our bathing suits with us, we decided that we would try come back the next day.
We then headed to Las Tablas, a spacious bar with flamenco dancing, jazz concerts, and a nice place to dance your night away until midnight according to the web-site. However, when we arrived, we found out that shows are at 8 and 10 p.m. We arrived too late for ...
This entry starts in the sprawling Suvarnbhumi Airport in Bangkok where we have paused just under half way of the total flight from Melbourne to Madrid. So far, so good. Being a virgin international traveller, I have never spent so long up above the clouds but the eight or so hours has so far passed reasonably well. It's actually quite strange when you consider a few hundred strangers cope so quietly in the confined spaces of the cabin. Mind you, there's plenty of tricks the crew ...
... hours. I made the executive decision that I would just go back to bed and someday I will come back here to see these churches, and I will also be able to go to the coast and visit Gijon as well. I’ve heard good things about that town, but I just don’t have the time on this trip.
I hung out till noon, got a bite to eat, and then caught my bus to Madrid. This must be considered ...
... spied two men walking with cups of gelato...so, like bloodhounds, we sniffed and sniffed and BAM - there it was! Today's vegan flavor was plain vanilla. I dressed it up with pieces of my chocolate bar.
Back at the apartment we decided to stay in. The girls are sore and tired. I am starting to get a damn sore throat. So, this is it from Europe, folks. Thanks for reading my blog. It's been one hell of ...
... local children where language and age no longer became a problem. I watched The sun set at 11pm making siesta (the 3pm afternoon nap) not an issue and smiles and “íhola” becoming almost second nature. I highly recommend walking the mountain enclosing San Sebastian and having lunch at the top. Not only will you get your daily exercise, but also you will be able to get a different ...