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... it was a rest day, but we spent some time taking in the entertainment and eating basketball donuts. With that we headed off searching for food, but after spending half an hour walking around blocks of flats decided it would be better to head back to the hotel for dinner (via the outlet shopping village next door). Tomorrow the boat ...
... pour La Rochelle où il avait son avion à 14 heures et Jamieson lui a continué son chemin vers Lastres. Whilst Spike was with us, the weather was not really good and it was cloudy most of the days therefore we have spent most days inside rather than outside. Thankfully on his last day, the weather cheered up and we were able to go back to the cave with him. We had lunch on the rib before swimming ashore and climbing some of the rocks that were there. We all had great fun ...
... a word they say.
The sun was coming out as I climbed away from Castro and I wasn't long turning my pants into shorts. A lady named Margaret from Ireland caught up to me and we had a good chin flab for a couple hours, stopped for a snack at beautiful spot above the sea. I stopped at the next village and Margaret carried on. It's funny out here when you meet someone that speaks English, it is very intense as you are friends right away, you may ...
... an overgrown path for 3 hours.... By the time we had finally made it out, our legs were covered in bloody scratches and we had to spend that evening searching for ticks on each others arms and legs. Unfortunately they are very common in this area of Cantabria in the thick bushes. Yet, as we walked home with broken shoes and bloody legs we were greeted with a beautiful sunset that quickly transformed the journey into a successful adventure.
... coast of Spain!
I spent the evening listening to their conversations, trying to pick out words that I recognized, and was pleasantly surprised to see how much I have learned since my arrival. If you are looking to learn a language, au pairing is the way to go. You have to learn quickly enough to communicate with the kids. They also speak much slower and repeat words when they whine, ...