Pousada de Estremoz - Rainha Santa Isabel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The day I had been dreading! Adrian's time to go back to Melbourne :( his flight was at 10.30 so we had to get up at 6am. We had a quick shower and were on our way to the airport. We got there with about an hour until he had to go through the gates so had some McDonalds for breakfast and said our goodbyes. It was so sad. I then made my way back to the hostel to get my bags and move to another hostel ...
Hola Madrid, you beautiful city a trillion light years from Africa! Driving to our hotel from the airport and seeing the gorgeous old buildings, shops full of aromatic bread and ceilings full of dangling cured meats was jaw dropping. The people were well dressed, everything was clean and orderly and the traffic had lanes that the drivers followed and rules they obeyed. Hello, we were back in civilisation! We so looked forward to a big beautiful bed with ...
Well, it's the start of our long trip home. Got to the train in Cordoba with ease and had plenty of time to have some breakfast ( coffee and muffins) at the station. The train was very full once again. The trip was smooth and comfortable even though it reached speeds of 300kms per hour. We were in Madrid before we knew it! Put the luggage in a locker at Attocha as the airport bus leaves from there. We ...
... I never quite got used to this and even now it just blows my mind - I'm calling a country other than my own home and I really believe it. I guess this means I will get homesick when I get back to Australia!
It's shattering to be leaving my Spanish life behind, where I live in a fake-reality with nothing to worry about. But this too is part of my journey. A journey I will never close the book on and hope to return to very soon. At the end of the day I'm starting a new one back ...
... t even seem like people had subtly moved out, but that it happened overnight because the cafés were still full with tables and chairs and a few scooters were sitting on the road rusting - they had been there a while. I was so overcome with emotion - and I don't know why - that I began to cry too. I sat in the middle of the road for a few minutes before I could continue on. I still don't know why it was like this, I can only assume it has something to do with ...