Hotel San Fermin
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... me stay I had purchased them a bottle of local wine in the North, famous for the region. As they do not speak English Ruben helped me to prepare a speech in Spanish which i re-wrote phonetically so that I could pronounce the words correctly, it was quite funny!
'Muchas gracias por dejarme dormir aqui. Quiero regarlos una botella de vino en seual de agradeuvitento.' (Muchos gracias por deharmeh doormeer aki. Kero regarlos una botelya de albaringo ...
... the town, we were firstly going to find the ice bar. Walked along the waterfront, saw the marina and lots of bars and restaurants. A guy who worked for the ice bar happened to come up to us while we were looking for it and asked if we wanted to go for a drink there. Yes we did! He took us there because they work on commission, on our way we asked where an ATM was because we needed cash out but there were no working ones close by.. We walked away then remembered we had 20 euro so ...
... are just as much of a farce as the days. We'd normally start pres at our apartment around 10pm, then head out after midnight. Cos we were told they party hard in Malaga. The locals just don't know how to feria. Most of them pike by 2am. Those who stay out just stand around the clubs, not buying drinks. When you do try and talk to people, none of them can speak English. Even if ...
... completely normal. For him, yes. My mood is lifted later in the walk by an incident which merely proves the arrogance and impatience that we all know and love of the German race. We had arrived at a particularly tricky quagmire. The climbers in front were taking their time to pick their way through, using protruding stones and tufts, hanging on to a tree branch when possible. John marches straight through, however..... I follow suit of the people ahead and begin to pick my ...
... new town. The Spanish government system counts it as “one town”, so I guess I should respect the “law of the land”.
In contrast with the over-developed coastal area, this village is a beautiful time capsule looking much like it did hundreds of years ago. It’s also perfectly clean, all the houses are freshly whitewashed with the alleys spruced up with lines up potted plants giving some color to the otherwise ...
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