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Travel Blogs from Pinto
... so we decided to go to town and try these burgers that were meant to be amongst the best in the world. The lunch menu at said place was quite expensive (14 euro I think for a burger and a compulsory drink) but although it wasn't the best burger I'd ever eaten and by far not the best for value, it was still incredibly quality. We sat there in the sun for a while finishing our huge burgers, drinking our drinks, before returning home via the supermarket. We had grand plans ...
... stuck in rush hour traffic)... Contemplate the buildings - Auckland War Memorial Museum vs Sydney Opera House...not really much of a competition ( although in Clive James' immortal description, the Opera House looks like the aftermath of office party with a typewriter crammed full of oyster shells). Then there's the people....both cities are proudly multicultural. But the Aussies got the Italians and Greeks and we got....no offence, and get your finger off the speed dial ...
... the hostel as part of a pub crawl info session. Five free cups of sangria later and I was ready to go on this pub crawl. It's funny how well sangria can heal an aching stomach. We ended up staying out until around 6:30 this morning. Absolutely insane. Like the thrifty kids we are, we woke up at 9:30ish to grab some free breakfast and then headed back to our rooms for almost a couple more hours of sleep. For the rest of this morning, we walked to the main square and watched the ...
... birthday party. I got to meet a lot of friends and spoke a lot of Spanish. This week in general has been a lot of Spanish but I really like that. One of her friends really wanted to practice Spanish and she lives around here. Maybe I could ask if she would want to walk Jara around Parque del Retiro together. Which on Thursday I realized was absolutely beautiful. I feel lonely yes. But I am trying my best to spend time investing in myself and also meeting new ...
Pollo: 'poyo' (chicken)
que tal (how are you?)
como estáis (how are you?)
mobil (mobile phone)
por favor (please) - i love this, it translates directly to 'for favour'