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Today was a bit more 'tranquilo' than the last few days. We got up fairly early to take a one-hour bus ride to a town called Cuéllar. Cuéllar is known for its medieval castle and its mudéjar church. Mudéjar is a type of architecture created by the Muslims who remained in Spain after the Christian Reconquista, so it is not only Islamic in style, but is also heavily influenced by Christian and ...
... freely and screeching very loudly as it was clearly Mating Season.
As I manoeuvred the car through the Car Lift I reflected on what we had seen in Valladolid and felt that we hadnt really seen it at it's best. Sundays in parts of Spain are still like they used to be in the UK before the Sunday Trading Laws changed. It's nice that people get a rest day but not great as a visitor. 2 out of 5 for the former Capital of Spain
... NOT shopping as most stores are closed). We also were witness to some kind of motorbike rally/protest/demonstration as hundreds of bikes and riders congregated in the main plaza. At one point, the riders all started their engines and revved them repeatedly which made for a huge roar reverberating around the square....very impressive - if only we knew what it was ...
Saying goodbye to this wonderful city that we've called home since the beginning of this year has been a real tear-jerker. I can easily say it is the best experience I've had in my entire life. We have made good friends with people from every continent; we have only known them about 2 months but they welcomed us into their lives as if we were friends since we were little. I will most certainly come back to this city and this country, I feel like ...
... and last night I had my first dream with parts of it in Spanish!
Today our classes only had about 5 kids in each class because half of the group took a trip to Amsterdam for the weekend. It was mostly boys…and they said that they couldn’t leave Europe without taking a trip to see what the Red Light District looks like. Needless to say, ...