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... the way home so I could get something while I studied. I don't remember what Montse made us for dinner but I remember it was something good. After dinner I finished up studying for my exam and I went to bed.
Had my exam in culture! It went well, there was one section I wasn't sure of but I think I did well, we are going to get the exams back next week. In mujer, we got our exams back from last week and I got an A! We then continued with ...
... and I thought it was really good. By this time is was around 8:45 and we were getting ready to walk home for dinner. By the time we got home dinner was almost ready and I was glad for that because I was still so hungry. For dinner, we had the soup with the tiny noodles that we've been having and I really like it. She also made us grilled ham and cheese sandwiches! She was funny trying to say sandwich with her English accent. I also love that we had fruit ...
... like one near me at home, Lichfield, it’s uncanny. This place is full of Camino walkers and has an amazing vibe about it. I’m so glad I made it to here today, the next two days are forecast for thunderstorms and I only have 100 miles of riding in Spain left, doddlle, I can do that with my eyes shut, I won’t coz that would just be silly.
Camino De Santiago, definitely food for thought for next year. Any takers?
... of one exercise and then switch to a new one which made no sense to any of us. We spent most of the class trying not to laugh at how ridiculous it all was. Since then, a group of us has tried a few other classes including cycling and a class dedicated to working out your abs. It honestly seems like anyone could get a job as a fitness instructor, no experience necessary, and remember, if you want to take a fitness class please come prepared to not sweat and makeup is a must. :) ...
Woke this morn in our teensy tiny room at the hotel plaza mayor in Salamanca. Showered in worlds tiniest shower then set off in search of caffeine. After fueling up (amazing what two espressos can do for your energy level) we took a "mr frosty" memorial pic at the plaza mayor and hit the trail. Long drive through mostly flat farmland, but as soon as we crossed into Portugal it got hilly and became endless olive ...