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... which was no mean feat with 12 people and suitcases in tow - we did extremely well!! We are so conscious of the pick pocket that goes on so Tanya and I's "thief-proof" handbags will be put to the test.
More on Madrid later as we head out to discover on the Hop on Hop off bus. Another beautiful fine sunny day....
... background. Suddenly, a wave of familiarity and dread washed over me. I felt like I had just been in that house a day ago.
"I don't want to go back home at all."
I started panicking because I only had two weeks before I got back to normal life. I would have to go back home, pick up two bartending jobs to pay for my trip next year (and possibly Thailand for the New Year), and continue to edit my film while setting up my next one come September. ...
... Liz and I left the girls to "study", whilst we headed back to the flat - via the cafe at the Puerta Alcala, the department store El Corte Ingles, and the bookshop Fnac. I also spotted that the Monastery that we's tried in vain to visit was open (there was a service just ending in the chapel), so we popped in for five minutes to look at the rather beautiful interior.
We all met up at the flat, collected our bags, and set off for home!
... the whole "not enough time to blog" statement). I have five other roommates, and we all share two full bathrooms. It is still tight space besides the largeness of the apartment, but we have all got along really well! There is never really a dull moment! We have gone on a lot of day trips since being in Spain. I have really enjoyed all the Spanish towns that we have been to; they are all so beautiful, as well as beautifully surprising. I had no idea what kind of ...
... we check out. Some wonderful works and more waiting to be seen at the 2 other recommended museums but we don't want to spend all of our limited time here indoors, so they will have to wait for another trip. We spend as much time as possible strolling the streets experiencing how people here live.
Third day is when we will pick up our rental car, plug in our GPS and head south (a drive of about five and a half hours) where our apartment in Almunecar awaits.