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... to life though, they seem to work hard and play hard, and enjoy socialising out in the sun with friends and family.
Although it has been fairly manic and tiring, I have thoroughly enjoyed the last few weeks working here. The next couple of weeks will hopefully involve finishing my analysis of the TTD parameters as well as analysing shelf life samples using ethylene absorbable pads to see if they help to extend the shelf life.
... truly beautiful place, soaking up the atmosphere. I have explored the Basilica and wandered the streets. This morning while our wandering I took a ride on a rather large wheel which gave a great view over the city, this afternoon I took a short boat ride down the Rio Ebro after which I sat in the Plaza and enjoyed a beer while listening to to an old guy playing the piano accordion
Now I am sitting in my room with the window open ...
... ago. An outdoor cafe for dinner. Beautiful food...wonderful atmosphere ...and then we had 3 Spanish singers entertain us. Just so much fun.... So touristy...but hey, I'm a tourist. I loved it. After that, on the bus for a tour of the Madrid lights. Saw all the beautiful fountains lit up. Our bus driver would take us 3 times round a roundabout so we could take photos. Then onto Plaza Mayor. Absolutely amazing....built in 1619 The Square ...
... our Yorkshire neighbours before getting settled for the night. Rob had a game or two of virtual cards (he's finished all his books now), I read my book to the end: 'The Bronte Story' - it's sad, they all died.
And then something terrible started to happen! Corrie's digestive system is working on that cheese! It's too small a space to avoid the outcome!. Now where did I put those pegs . . .?
... into the mountainous Pyrennese. The road was extremely winding with many hairpin bends and some fabulous views. Surprisingly we didn't pass any border controls and there was no indication of when we crossed into Spain. Just a subtle change of road markings and signage. Rob was hoping for sentries and flags and such!
The D4 took us through a lovely picturesque village called Bera. ...