Foxa 32 Suites
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... can have a profound influence.
An attendant on the flight here into Dubai recognised the shell on my backpack and made a comment about wanting to do The Camino. He said that the people he met after they'd walked were very calm. I guess it's easy for me to be calm right now when I haven't entered the real world of work, housecleaning, bills, traffic, etc. I used to say to my pilgrim friends that we were living in a parallel universe ...
We arrived at the airport in Madrid late Tuesday - 9pm, local time (1:30 a.m. Kolkata time) - after spending over 15 hours travelling. We decided to head straight to bed and so spent the night in a nice hotel not too far from the airport.
We'll no doubt have more to say about the trip to Kolkata, but just to get something up quickly, I've attached some photos and selections from our "Today in the street, I saw..." list that we all participating in keeping while in Kolkata.
... come, and I always promise to be smart and safe :).
It was a very low-key first night since we were so exhausted from the day, but I love everything that I've seen in Madrid so far! I am so thankful for my roommates who have become some of my very best friends. They support me and comfort me when I need it, and push me to have more fun when I need that, too. I don't think I could've had better plans for my spring break! :)
... know very interesting people and seeing amazing things along the way.
The next morning we loaded up the bus once again and headed off for the Royal Palace of Sintra, the best preserved royal palace in Portugal. The palace itself is a beautiful white washed building with bright yellow trim all around which we learned is a very common color scheme in Portugal as it helps to regulate the temperature inside the buildings. One of the first things that we saw as ...
... of a MegaBus', where wi-fi is 'there,' but doesn't actually do anything for you. Nine hours in Madrid, and I was still without wi-fi (100% of how I'll be communicating back home). Emilia's granddaughter showed up briefly to help me out with the wi-fi setup *hallelujah* and now I'm rolling.
In the meantime, I unpacked everything and got my room situated. Antonio just walked in a few minutes ago to give me a hamper for dirty ...