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... long after this four more trawlers came past. The first three passed at a comparatively reasonable speed, rocking us more than we'd like but not enough to cause the mayhem of the first. The fourth, however, deliberately sped up and angled towards us, overtaking the boat in front, despite Mister Kitty running up to ask them to slow down. This time the olive oil went flying and the lid came off, which made for another messy clean up.
... done that day and a lot of items were purchased. All good things of course, so I'm hoping everyone everyone enjoys their gifts!! Also there that day was a castle. This castle was queen Isabella's castle (queen Isabella was the first queen of Spain) before she met the king, Ferdinand. This castle is so beautiful that it has been replicated to be sleeping beauty's castle in the book. We ...
... Wales, because he was in the same dorm as me, we talked all night till we felt asleep. I was quite surprise that by the age of 19 he already traveled half of Europe, but like he said to me, Australians have to take advantage of traveling to several countries in one go, as they live far away from everything. He was also the second person to mention Pamplona, which was in my list of places to go, he gave me a few pointers of when and where every nationality you could ...
... the word for river is rio, but they called this river a ria. This is because it connects out to the ocean, so it is affected by tides, and therefore is given a different name. On one side of the ria is Universidad de Deusto (pronounced dey-oo-stow), where I will be taking classes, with the hills rising up behind it, marking the northern edge of the city. On the other side of the ria is the Guggenheim, with its iron and steel, displaying the contrasts within Bilbao.
... tapas) accompanied with a glass of vino blanco :-) The small sandwiches have different toppings - veal, anchovies, crabs, salmon, etc. Delicious - mmmm :-) I went back to "my street" to find it almost empty - siesta?? I refused to go inside so I had another glass of wine and a pinxto (this time a small croissant filled with a saussage) on the pavement. And the same one more time ;-) I felt drouzy and had a nap in my room - it still felt weird to go "home" and see noone but the ...