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... and almost all of them were off the leash even outside of the park. We decided to walk back to the hostel by taking a walk on the Gran Via which is the 5th ave of Madrid. The buildings were beautiful and there were lots of shops. We stopped in a McDonalds which sold beer and had marble floors. We veered off the Main Street and headed to our hostel. On the way we saw two girls in very revealing clothes standing in a plaza and people ...
... he told me to go through security and then down stairs and to J. I went through security and had forgotten I had a bottle of water in my hand luggage - the lady at the scanner wasn't cheery today either. I donated the bottle of water to her :-) The terminal was so long that there were times listed on the boards directing you to the gates z- eg H gate 9 mins. I found my gate and the line was already very long and boarding hadn't commenced. It did start just as I tagged onto the ...
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... gold encrusted crowns. In Africa there is virtually no infrastructure. In Madrid it had infrastructure before Adam was a boy. Roads, plumbing, electricity, hospitals, schools, art galleries, public spaces with grand old trees and soft fresh manicured lawns are available for everyone to enjoy. This is our world. Try getting your head around that one after a flight less than 10 hours away. Africa is still struggling to develop the most basic of modern human ...
... lonely process. I might as well still write about it since my thoughts and feelings have not changed. Still, it might be the weather, or it might be the little encounters with people, but I do feel a lot more positive. It might just be my experience in particular but studying abroad is actually incredibly lonely. You cannot help feel like an outside among people who are already so deeply settled down. In the universities here, students within the same ...