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... some days off -- and counting down until Christmas. We're sneaking in a long weekend to London next week -- museums, two plays and some holiday festivity in the big city. Then we'll join in the Christmas happenings here -- beautiful nativity scenes, holiday markets -- before heading to Switzerland for a snowy, car-less mountain village Christmas in Murren (Lauterbrunnen valley).
Three months in, the boys are by no means bilingual but I ...
... be good and watched the streets fill up! We were waiting for about an hour squashed with people until finally the tomatoes arrived. A big truck somehow made it's way through the crowd and drove down the street throwing out tomatoes. It was time to fight! Adrian wasted no time and defiantly didn't go easy on me because I was his girlfriend! He piffed them as hard as he could right at me and smeared them all over my face! There wasn't that many tomatoes and ...
... of the aquarium too, which was fun. I got some crazy good pictures of some animals, and I love to watch them.
Afterwards we went to a Brazillian restaurant where the bring you 10 different types of meat. No dad it was not as good as Fogo de Chao, no need to ask haha. It was a good price, but a lot of the meat was fatty and not well seasoned. Oh well though. Then we walked home. I have to say one of my ...
... leg are a lot less complex but at one point, we even manage to have a full discussion about the recent changes in the Spanish education system, in Spanish! In the quiet moments, I ponder and smile at where I find myself once again. Driving through the beautiful Basque Country, with a local, in his car, while trying to practice Spanish. It’s the stuff dreams (and movies) are made off. This is definitely the beginning of my Spanish journey and I couldn’t be ...
... admiring sculptures. Normally, I do enjoy doing some things alone because I like to not be distracted with enjoying something. I can take my time to floss my mind. And this solo travel opportunity was really nourishing for my soul. There was a good balance of time between meeting new people, finding the interesting ones and bantering about with them (Rune, Dorian, and Axel), and spending time considering things (people, food, and things of Valencia) alone. ...