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Back in September, Coco wrote in an email that soon enough we would find “the new normal”. And indeed, we have settled into some routines here, now that we are a few months into school. So this blog is intended to share some of the day to day living for our family here in Spain.
While there is actually a lot of the “old normal” still in our routines, within that routine, there is often a subtle difference ...
... Like an ass, I nod on my donkey as though this makes total sense
because I don’t know what the the lady is saying while Bethany gets this “Gran Gran
would pry kick your ass right now” look on her face. There is some more Spanish
something or other and then we leave. This has happened three times and each
visit takes about 4 hours. We continue on this quest and I think we’ll figure
it out soon, but like ...
... group was 17 year olds, who acted like 17 year olds. They were too cool to speak in english, so it was really awkward. The teacher just put us in a room together and said "Talk about stuff!". I kind of had to make it up as I went along, but it wasn't too bad. The littler kids were incredible. All around 13, they were fascinated with me and the other girl who went with me. We ...
... appetizer of sauteed potatoes, artichokes, jamon, and fried eggs. Holy. ****. I cannot explain how decadently amazing this concoction was. Our day off Sunday was spent wondering the city again, though shopping was actually achieved this time. Having a disposable income to splurge is so much fun, and I did, profusely.
The next Friday we had a bbq at night which means a half day for me so we ventured to the local food ...
... ironically, has the most new buildings of the town. This area has the Cathedral and also many squares. We didn't have a guide, so we don't know what most of this stuff is! So we are hoping tomorrow we will get a guide to help us learn about everything.
We then moved from the old town to one of the gardens across a bridge. It has really nice landscape and lots of places to sit, as well as a shop to enjoy some coffee or ice cream. It also has a fossil ...