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... girl I met from New Zealand. Well it didn't end up being much of one. We ended up going to the first pub (Club Soho) having a drink then going to the next pub (Soho 49 Club) for a cocktail that cost $20AUD and it was the size of a champagne glass - what a waste of money!!! After that we decided it was bed time :) Gino - there is a special photo just for you ...
... made me feel so at ease. And to my pleasant surprise, standing next to her was a girl who was also staying with the family and spending 4 weeks studying at my Spanish school Centro Catalina. Jolanda is 25 from Switzerland and we hit it off straight away; I have a feeling weekends with her are going to be fun.
I stayed up chatting to the mama and papa for an hour or so but, after no sleep for 24 hours, I was in bed by 8.30pm.
... old city and the cathedral. However, when you walk into that square there is such a buzz and a general feeling of elation! We stayed in a magnificent hotel, the Parador, right on the square so were able to be caught up in the hype of it all.
really pleased with the way my feet held up, as so many had blister issues. Guess that training in Brisbane paid off! I now have a certificate stating I walked part of the Camino....at least I think that's what ...
... statue or building a tomb... She's not required to do both for me. I don't want to be greedy. Everything here makes you realise how young Australia is as a developed country... Some of the tombs took longer to build than we have been around for. Amazing. So we missed the shot at the changing of the guards and decided to wander up through Trafalgar Square after a spot of lunch and on the way to Oxford St, found a fabulous little neighbourhood that seems so incredibly peaceful and ...
... over to surprisingly comfortable lounge seats, in which we could watch aeroplanes come and leave (and make full use of the free wifi). 10 mins before our gate was announced we got up to watch the screens until B42 was shown. Following this we caught the train and sat down to wait. It wasn't long before we were on board and strapping in as the plane took off. The flight was hell, me being travel ...