Hotel Sussex Cordoba
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... a little strange. After dinner I went to sleep - the day had taken a pretty big toll and all of the energy from me. The problem - as I am sure you can imagine now - was the mattress - it was beyond uncomfortable. Also the noises from the street were deafening. The cars here are mainly decades old - and are in need of Midas! Between the mattress and the sounds - even with ear plugs - it was a pretty rough night. I could not at this point fathom ...
... of community revolves around our daily life, focused on practices of simple living (ie: no wifi and cold showers), in Casa Sol, the student house. There are 7 students in the program this semester (all girls!!) and together with one of our community coordinators (a Casa alum) we share living space, meals, chores, and just about everything else. Accompaniment, my favorite pillar, represents the particular model of service that we ...
... literally the happiest Amy has ever seen him in over 10 years of going out. Yes, Bradford City were going to Wembley.... and so was Michael! The final will be 4 days after we get home - talk about perfect timing!
Heading out in the late evening when the temperature was just about bearable, it was a surprise not to see the entire city decorated in claret and amber and out celebrating, but nonetheless we made the most of being able to walk more than 5 metres without breaking ...
... was the whole city. 4 hours of walking in the nice Cordobian sun, checking out the architecture, churches, markets, having a pizza and finishing off with a Quillmes beer in the park. Even though Martin spoke quickly, and used lots if Cordobian slang I managed to keep up. We had a great time chillin out together. All this brought Martin to propose, an idea. He invited me to his friends birthday party later that evening. "Yes, yes I do" I responded.
... about it, 20 blocks is never going to be short). I also embarked on these '20 blocks' during the middle of siesta time. The end result was a very hot and dusty walk through streets that make Canberra look bustling (it brought back memories of walking through deserted streets early one Christmas morning in Toowoomba) with the only points of interest being the cat calls from leery ...