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... gingerly a few times and looked at my fingers to make sure that they showed no signs of blood!!! Although I had a 1/4 inch taken off my length I think I left with longer hair as it was pulled from its roots!
We retrieved our jackets and went to pay. I was sure it would be cheap! I was also sure that haircuts can't hurt! Oh my Lord! It was TWO TIMES as much as in America and THREE TIMES more than in Italy.
As soon as we left I ...
... to do with the bodies recovered from mass graves in terms of identification and relocation. Clearly, Spain needs to make a choice whether to ignore the past or directly address the monstrosities that occurred.
One way Spain has avoided addressing the issue is by having history books in Spanish schools not advance to the Civil War as it is "recent history" despite occurring in the early 1900s. This has led to an entire generation ...
... to skip the second news program so that I could write and take a short nap.
In about an hour I am leaving to go to the Oceanografico -- the largest aquarium in Europe (and one of the biggest in the world). I am really looking forward to it! It is open until middnight, so I should have plenty of time to see everything I want.
And now a short nap is in order. (Tomas, the cat, is already napping on my desk).
... have been one of the largest beaches I had seen. It strechted for miles until it faded off into the sea.
There were tons of people on the beach and well let´s just say the dress code is different for the beaches here than in the United States! All the beaches in Spain are topless, it´s not as popular on some, but in Peñiscola...it was. It doesn´t matter what age or size you are, people won´t care if the top of your bathing suit is missing! I saw ...
... total peace. *Sigh, nice*
Red Nest Hostel - it was nice, albeit the washrooms were a bit cramped, and the city bus driver was SUPER NICE in telling us where we should get off (and singing to himself whilst he drove!) At Red Nest we were supposed to be in a twelve bed dorm, but for some nice reason they put us in a six bed dorm instead, and we only had to share it with one nice guy from Istanbul the first night - nice! And this hostel ...