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Saturday, December 31, 2005

White F..f..frreeezzing Christmas in Türkiye

Oh, my family and I had soooo much fun in Turkey this Christmas!!! We knew that the weather would be cold, but we certainly did not expect snow! Boy were we surprised when we arrived the hotel in Bolu on first night only to find it was the FIRST white christmas for all of us and despite the cold, we were hopping around in the snow and taking lots and lots of pictures. The first night, the temperature reached -11 deg Celcius during the night, and next morning was about -2 to -3. Our poor li'l fingers and toes almost turned into icicles but we didn't care (we do look like a bunch of jakuns though...hehehe).

I was really amazed with the friendliness and hospitality of Turkish people. Almost everywhere we went, we were sure to be greeted with smiles, adults and children alike. Our tour guide, Sinan was like our history teacher as well, giving us all interesting information about the history of Turkey. We also had a wonderful driver, Ugur, although he had to drive on ice for few days, made it seem effortless. Not to mention the those at the souvenir shops, they really must be applauded for their iniative. First they thought we were Japanese, and greeted us with Konnichiwa, but when they saw no response, they asked where we were from. Upon knowing that we were from Malaysia, they all chanted together, "Mari, mari....lelong lelong!" That really caught our attention ;)

There were several highlights in our itinery, to mention a few, Cappadocia, Troy, Ephesus, and Istanbul. But for of the interesting highlights of the trip was WC visits :P We spent lots of time on the bus travelling from one end of Turkey to the other, and we had toilet stops every 1.5 - 2 hours. Couldn't help but took pictures of some of the interesting WCs, dating from 200 AD till today.....hehehe...

Anyway, I was hoping that I could meet up with Zeynep in Ankara, but our trip itinery was really tight, so we didn't get to meet. Next time perhaps!

Here's the link to the rest of the photos taken in Türkiye.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Tourist Guide "Celup"

Spent my first week in Malaysia as a tourist guide....a loyar buruk one :P Antonio, a friend of Stefano, happened to be in Singapore, and decided to visit KL while he was here in SEA, so I became his guia for 3 days. Thanks to the ASEAN Summit, we spent 2 hours looking for a place to stay for him.

It was then I realise how little I know about Kuala Lumpur, the dear old city that I have been living in for 18 years at least. I don't even recall having any proper photos of it, despite having snapped more than 10,000 photos in my life. I am almost a foreigner in my own city! I have never been up to the bridge of Twin Towers, have never travelled on the PUTRA LRT, have never walked in the park of the KLCC, have never been to Batu Caves.... and the list goes on. When Antonio asked me about some of the places mentioned on the Lonely Planet, I have never even heard of it!(gotta korek one lubang and hide myself) :P I was also a tourist myself when I visited some of these places for my first time (shame shame lar...)

Anyway, we did have lotsa fun. On his first day, I took him to RedBox for a karaoke session with my darling, Sam, SC and KH. Having heard how the rest sound like when we sing (as well as those from other rooms, of course...ehem!) , he was not anymore shy to sing along .....heee... Then the next day we went to KL Tower, KLCC, Chinatown, Dataran Merdeka, etc. The funny thing is that once he walked alone in KLCC (with people giggling at him) wearing a t-shirt with vulgar Cantonese sayings , not knowing what it meant beforehand because a banana like me can't read and translate it for him. Pobrecito....:P

I got him to try nasi lemak, cendol, ais kacang, claypot rice, tomyam seafood noodle and teh tarik. Even with all the spices, he did not sweat...way to go Antonio! ;) Espero que hayas gustado Kuala Lumpur! Un abrazo fuerte!

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

I am HOME!

After 16 hours mas o menos in the plane and in transit, I finally arrived Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Sunday afternoon. Oh boy was I relieved. I have been so worried for the past few days about my excess baggage, but finally escaped without having to pay a cent though we were exceeded by approx. 35kg! *phewwww*

Weather was perfect when I arrived, though some thick clouds could be seen ahead in the centre of town. I have been told that KL has been raining for the past few days without fail. Oh well, it's not so bad, I would always trade a nice gloomy warm humid Malaysian weather with the cold autumn in Spain anytime. :P Let's hope I have not spoken too soon...hehehe...

I'm now haunted by a stubborn flu.... *sigh* guess it's my own fault for eating too much heaty food before I board the plane. Roasted lamb chops, fries, and churros con chocolate! Padan muka. Keeping my fingers crossed now it will be gone soon.

Will be changing the title of my blog soon. My Life in Spain is no longer valid I guess, if I am going to continue updating it. Will see what my genius brain tells me later......... :P

Monday, November 28, 2005

Hoy Viene Mi Novio

My boyfriend finally arrived today!!! Yippeee...:) It's a good thing that he did not feel tired after the 16 hours of travel (although he did not sleep in the plane), so we took a train to Girona. Was really really cold today, but I am glad that it did not rain. Hehe...after this I won't have time to update the blog...until I am back in Malaysia. U faham, I faham lah ;)

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Mi Vida en España

A mis queridisimos profesores de dQ: (GRANADA) Montse, Ramón, Susana, Juanfra, Juan, Jose; (SEVILLA) Cielo, Celia, Natalia, Carmen; (MADRID) Carolina, Manuel; (BARCELONA) Begoña, Dani, Ana, Marcos.

Y a mis queridisimos amigos de Granada, Sevilla, Madrid y Barcelona.

Este poema es dedicado a vosotros. Ha sido un placer conoceros.

llegaba a Granada
no hablaba ehpañol ná
fue el junio pasao
ya no eh lo mihmo

llegaba a Granada
joé, qué calor hacía
mi amigo, el abanico
ya no lo necesito

llegaba a Granada
lah tapah son gratuitah
te la sirvían con la bebida
ya han sido mih favoritah

llegaba a Granada
subíamoh la Sierra Nevada
y conquihtamoh el Veleta
ya sólo una memoria

de Granada a Sevilla
un guapo me recogía
el profe de cansioneh
que cantaba cada vierneh

de Granada a Sevilla
el calor, no le falta
ni buenoh amigoh
que a veseh son locoh

de Granada a Sevilla
del flamenco a la conga
nada de ehto me perdía
qué cultura tán rica

de Granada a Sevilla
"¿dónde quedamoh, guapa?"
la Carboneria, el Levieh
que prefiría loh ehtudianteh

Madrid, ya no es Andalucía
de repente se volvía clarita
la ese y la de no se las comía
todo hablaba como yo aprendía

Madrid, ya no es Andalucia
el frio del otoño ya lo sentía
me congelaba cada mañana
todo no salía sin la chaqueta

Madrid, ya no es Andalucía
tán grande me sentía perdida
aquí hay que tener cuidado
todos los sitios, en el bus o el metro

Madrid, ya no es Andalucía
que por el arte tiene la fama
Picasso, Dali, Velazquez o Miro
todo se encontraba en el museo

Barcelona, la última parada
le pintó Gaudi como la cuadra
la famosa Sagrada Familia
ojalá esté lista cuando vuelva

Barcelona, la última parada
aquí el DELE lo hacía
somos 16 de la escuela
ojalá aprobemos sin falta

Barcelona, la última parada
un paraíso dónde comprar
de regalitos, un sinfin de lista
ojalá no me vacie la cartera

Barcelona, la última parada
a pie, podemos ir a la playa
vamonos, con una botella de cava
¡ojalá no me ponga borracha!

Saturday, November 19, 2005


Wraaaaah...I want to cry liao lar.....just completed all sections of my DELE exam today. Fue fatal!!! I was expecting the listening part to be slightly easier so that it could cover my shortfall for the oral exam. I had so much confidence with my listening skills prior to the exam, but now.... *sob* *sob* It's not that I can't speak the language, but I just can't can't talk in front of somebody who is taking note of my errors all the time. Had BIG time mental block. Had all the ideas to talk before entering the interview room, but once I was inside, *POOF* there goes my ideas! :'(

Anyway, just gotta keep my fingers crossed, and wait for the results 6 weeks down the road. Worst case is I'll have to resit in May 2006 *sigh*. Hope the rest have better luck! ;)

Thursday, November 17, 2005


My last stop in Spain!!! Can't believe that I have only less than 3 weeks here, and I'll be back to Malaysia. Counting down now.....but of course, I have to countdown to my exams first.... (arrgggghh.......I am so nervous when it comes to oral exams :S) I could just babble in Spanish with anyone except the examiner! Gosh, how am I gonna overcome this phobia? My friend Michael told me to treat the examiners as sheeps...he he he...what an advice! Anyway, keeping my fingers crossed now that everything will go well.....*sweat*

After having tried staying with a family in Granada and Madrid, student´s apartment in Sevilla, now I am staying at the school residence. It´s nice to have the residence in the same building as the school, so I don´t have to wake up so early for class, and in between breaks, I could go to my room, get my notebook and get connected :) I don´t have to walk or take the metro or travel back and forth for extra cultural classes in the evening. The ONLY inconvenience here is that I have to share toilets and bathrooms with the rest of the students on the same floor :( and of course, that also means that students coming for classes in the morning will catch me with my bedroom slippers and pajamas while walking to the bathroom :P

Sarah came to visit me last weekened and we visited some places in Barcelona. Had a wonderful time together, and we climbed the towers of La Sagrada Familia, went to Parc Güell, Museo de Picasso, to the seaside, and shopping of course! We also went to the Book Fair and Food Fair! With our entrada, we are allowed to have one degustación each, but the first stall did not take our coupon, so we got to try out another stall for free....yummy! We got to try Txacoli, Sidra, tapas from Pais Vasco, surtido de chachinas from Navarra, Asturia, León and surtido de dulces like Florentina, Sobao pasiego, Tocinillo del cielo (this is really good), Tejas de Tolosa and Tarta de Santiago. Don´t come and ask me what they are now, I really won´t be able to tell :P And we also had some free drinks at a bar where Alessia works, oh I love being a chica! ;)

And now...a link to the photos!

Monday, November 07, 2005

Links to Photo Albums 2

Here's another list of links to my photo albums:

1. Madrid

2. Aranjuez - A small town out of Madrid...or is it inside? Has a nice palace....some other nice place as well, but I didn't have time to visit everything. Just took a quick stroll, had my bocadillo, and made a turn back to Madrid.

3. Toledo - Went on this excursion sola. Hizo mal tiempo, so I didn't really enjoy the trip as much. Was walking in the rain and half-soaked (have not gotten myself a new umbrella yet), and was blardie cold...BBbbbRrrrrr........

4. Avila - Went on this excursion sola. Like this place a lot, although its just a small town with no activities, it's really beautiful and tranquila. Walked along the walls that surrounds the city.

5. Segovia - Went on this excursion with Sarah. Nice relaxing weekend, and the view is preciosa!

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Dia de la Banderita

Today is the Dia de la Banderita de Cruz Roja (ehem, also my birthday of course). Was walking towards Puerta de Sol to do my last minute shopping before I leave Madrid. Came across a booth of Red Cross, of people making donations, so I joined in as well. To my pleasant surprise, it was H.R.H Infanta Elena there too putting on the little flags for people who made donations! How cool is that (and on my birthday too...)? It is a pity that I did not have anyone to take a photo of her putting the flag on my abrigo, but I managed to get a photo of her with somebody else in the line.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Mala suerte

I really do believe that when you are in for a bad luck, there will be a whole string of it. Yesterday I decided to visit the Plaza de España, but when I got there, it was soo foggy I can't really see the statue of don Quijote. Of all days...geez... Then, I went to Palacio Real, only to find out that it was closed for public. Then it started to rain while I was walking to my next stop. Sam shui look wong, I tried to pacify myself I have had 3 bad lucks in a row, good luck is on the way. Apparently not, I took out my umbrella and had my rain coat on, and guess what, the wind was sooo strong it broke my umbrella in two. Had no choice but to walk in the rain without an umbrella. Thank goodness my raincoat was able to keep my backpack dry. Menos mal.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

World of Feng Shui

Of all things from Malaysia, I encountered WOFS in Madrid. Hehe.... couldn't help myself, so I took a picture of it :) Somehow I really doubt if Lillian Too have chosen the right fengshui location for the shop, the area seems really quiet :P But of course, I was there during the afternoon, when most of the people are having their siesta...

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

My Taste of Madrid

Finally arrived Madrid on Sunday evening. It´s a relieve that my good friend Sarah decided to come down to Sevilla to help me move to Madrid. I still remember when I packed my stuff in Malaysia, my mom warned me that I won´t have enough space in my luggage if I brought such a small one with me. I didn´t listen. And in Sevilla I had to buy another luggage in order to fit all my stuff; books as well as food (and not to mention my shopping stuff of course). My stuff probably weigh about 70kg or more.....gotta crack my head to find a way to ship them back to Malaysia first.

My first day to school did not go too well, coz I was late for half an hour! Was used to being in a small city for the past 18 wks, that I underestimated the time required to get to the school by Metro (it´s not a valid excuse of course). Plusss.... (this one betul betul memalukan) I got on the wrong side of the train, and did not realise it until after 3 stops! That wasted another 15 minutes of my time...*sigh* Guess switching from an afternoon class in Sevilla to a morning one in Madrid is really tough. Was practically sleepwalking to the Metro station :P

Another not too happy incident was that my camera got stolen while I was in the Metro 2 days back. I was so depressed!!! I had quite a number of photos which I have not downloaded the week before :( All the while I had been very very very very careful with my stuff, and just that split second that I forgot my camera was on the outer pocket, there it goes! I did realise that my somebody was trying something, so I was paying a lot of attention to my waist pouch. Unfortunately I had forgotten to put my camera back into my inner pocket, and while I board the busy metro, somebody took advantage of that. Anyway, bought myself another camera. Not as good as the one I had before, but it´s better than nothing. Cost of cameras here are very expensive, so I bought myself just a basic one to take photos (no quiero viajar sin camara!). Will be taking a trip to Aranjuez, Toledo and Segovia this weekend and next Tuesday (it´s a public holiday!)

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Honesty is the Best Policy???

Was walking along the shopping streets in Sevilla, and come across these beggars. They immediately caught my attention. They have signs that says "For Beer, For Wine, For Whisky, For Hangover". And what d'ya know, they have a website too.... I was contemplating if I should give them money or not (at least for their creativity) but finally I decided not to. But anyone who is interested to see their website, could go to You could even donate money to them if you want to!

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Lluvia del Otoño

After a long and dry season, with daily articles in the papers on ways to conserve water, and long talks about the critical level of the water reserve of Sevilla; it finally rained on Sunday morning. Not just a 30 second drizzle, but hours and hours of rain. It is forecasted to rain up to Wednesday, but then again, it's just a forecast, can't remember the last time a weather forecast has been accurate :P

I finally get to use my raincoat and umbrella this morning! Good thing I brought it with me :) Didn't expect to get to use it so soon jeans and shoes are all wet but most importantly, my darling laptop stays dry...hee..Since yesterday, everyone walking on the street would have an umbrella with them in case it rained. It's cute to see the adults with big umbrellas, and the little kiddies with the mini ones.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

La chica con laptop

Don't know if it is a good thing or not having my nose burried in the notebook all the time; before class, between breaks and after classes. My housemate Alessia just told me that I am known as La chica con laptop in the school :P Dave passed by my class today during break (while I was with my precious laptop, of course) and said, "If you don't get out of that classroom, you are not going to have any more friends left!". Really, I don't know why I spend so much time with the laptop, it's not that I reply mails, or update the blog or upload photos that often. I guess I just have to touch it every now and then, or else my poor laptop is gonna feel left out. Hmm....

Tuesday, September 27, 2005


Already my 14th week here in Spain, but the construction works (obras) that goes around the city never stops (whether in Granada or Sevilla)! At every corner you will find something under construction, or renovation. The amount of ruido (noise) that they make are horrible. Not to mention that some of the obras are situated in the small streets, where only one car could pass, and they would just dump the bricks or sand or cement right in the middle of the road, blocking the traffic. Since the school is situated right in the centre of the city, and unfortunately near the obras *sigh*, from the classroom, one could hear the GGRRRRrRRRGGRRRR ...or HOOOONNNNKKK..... or KerTANG! KerTaNG! going on all morning. Had to move to another classroom today which was smaller, away from the main window facing the street. Much better, but the ruido could still be heard. ¡Que horible!

In summer, it is normal to have lots of obras going on, according to los profesores. The reason being there are less people in the city, all would be at the beach or out of town. But what about poor tourist like me? Quite a number of important historical monuments are closed for restoration or obras of some sort. Some of the shopping streets are also affected because Sevilla is in the process of setting up metro system. *sigh* Not a pretty sight. Wonder if the obra is like a never ending story?

Friday, September 23, 2005

Links to Photo Albums

Here are links to all my photo album in Yahoo! Just click on the name of places :)

Junio de 2005 - My first destination in Spain, Granada. Beautiful city with free tapas when you order a drink. How nice :) Lots and lots of walking here, everything is within walking distance, no need to take any public transport, unless you are really going out of town. Nobody sleeps before 12 midnight except extranjeros (foreigners, like me). Shops are closed from 2pm to 5:30pm for siesta. Temperature is higher than Malaysia, up to 42 degrees Celcius. No aire, no ventilador (common in every house of Granada, can't figure out why). Life only begins after 10pm, which is also dinner time. Only extranjeros comes out on the street before that (un poco loco, considering the weather is soo hot). Lots of street performers too, you pay one, you'll see another in less than 5 mins time. Best is to stay away from giving to any of them. June is also the Music & Dance Festical in Granada. Lots to see and watch, flamenco performances, cultural dances, ochestras, musicals. Almost everyday and in every corner of the street. They also have a no parking sign, which states the period which you are not allowed to park. I find it weird, from 1st-15th you cannot park on the left side of the street, while from 16th-31st, you can't park on the right. Still have not figured out what is the actual purpose of that. Have seen a few cars being towed away for parking on the wrong side of the road :P I like being here - people always think I am 5 years younger, and I am always referred to as la flaca, coz they find me very thin :P

Julio de 2005 - Shopping month for everyone in Spain. Going to last till end of August. Disasterous. Just like the Sales Carnival in Malaysia. Can't help but bought myself dresses, handbags, and shirts (although I have been forbidding myself to enter to any shops on sale, it just doesn't work). There was also a Flamenco show at Parque 28, north of Granada, where lots of locals came to watch. Interesting to see how the local kids dress. This month, there was also a puppet show at Huerta de San Vincente, where kids and parents gather to watch puppet shows and performances. View of full moon from the Alhambra this month was marvilloso.

Agosto de 2005 - My last 2 weeks here in Granada were interesting. I finally went out clubbing on one of the Saturdays, and did not return home until 9am in the morning. Feels weird when you leave the discoteca and it is bright daylight. I did not feel tired (thanks to the siesta), but my feet hurt so much coz I had not been wearing heels and with pointed toes ever since I stepped into Spain, but I had them on the whole night it was almost killing me. I walked home barefooted from the club after that. What an experience!
10 de Agosto de 2005 - Parapente! The day finally arrived after 2 weeks of wait. First it was too cloudy, then the wind was too strong. But the sensation up there is just wonderful (aside the fact that I almost throw up in the air, of course, how embarassing - should have taken motion sickness pill, but I got too excited that I had forgotten about it). Ineke was the first to go, we had to wait quite a while before we get to take off due to the strong wind. The next time I do this, I would want to land next to the Mediteranean sea. We got to see the sunset when we landed......que bonita! Pictures are in the Sierra Nevada section.


25 de Junio de 2005, Sabado - On an excursion of the school with Irene. Visited the Mesquita, Sinagoga, Puente de Romano, Torre de Calahora, Madinat al-Zahra, Plaza de las Tendillas, Plaza de Corredero, etc. Lots of walking, a little uncomfortable with my pair of Skechers. Should have worn my Timberlands instead.
15-17 de Julio de 2005, Viernes a Domingo - Went with a group of friends to be in the Guitar Festival. Tried to get tickets for concert of Silvio Rodriguez, but were all sold out. End up watching the concert from outside of Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianos. We thought it was wise to climb up the wall of the alcazar and watch from the top until we were asked to come down by the security guards :P Also went to a Flamenco guitar competition of Jovenes (youth) in Gran Teatro de Cordoba. Wonderful performance! Only unlucky for me during this trip was to stumble across a cerdo who wanted to F*** early in the morning while I was walking alone to get some fresh air before breakfast. Boy I had a good picture of him!


3 de Julio de 2005, Domingo - On an excursion with the school and visited Lanjaron, the place where most of the mineral water of Spain is bottled, and a few other villages, including Trevelez. Visited a jamon factory, and before that, a bodega (if I was not mistaken) with lots of wine & jamon for sampling. Had 4 glasses and felt as if I was walking on air! The jamon factory was really smelling of jamon (obviously) and its interesting to see how the favourite meat of Spanish people is preserved. Also visited the Fuente Agria, where the water from the fountain contains concentrated iron (or ferum) and tasted really nasty. All surrounding area were rusty from the water of the fountain.


La Alhambra
23 de Julio 2005, Sabado - Woke up early in the morning, all geared up. Was a tourist for the whole week, and La Alhambra was my first stop. Walked around the palaces, the gardens, Alcazabar, Generalife, and spent a total of 6 hours walking and snapping photos. Drain out both my camera batteries, and had to leave because I was hungry :P All in all took 380+ photos in 6 hours, approximately 1 photo every minute...hehe...


Monuments in Granada
24-29 de Julio 2005, Domingo a Viernes - The rest of my tourist week were spent visiting other monuments and places of interests in Granada, i.e. Monasteria de la Cartuja, M. San Jeronimo, Parque de las Ciencias, Catedral and Capilla Real. Also went on the 24 hour tourist bus, that goes around Granada. Feels great to be a tourist!


Sacromonte y Albaycin
7 de Julio 2005, Lunes - Nothing much to be said of this area, except that I walk up here a lot. Especially when a group of us goes out for dinner, and can't decide where to eat, we end up walking up here. Just kidding :P There are few miradors from Albaycin and Sacromonte which has a good view of the Alhambra. Once took some pictures of Alhambra during a night of full moon. There is also an Abadia (abbey) in Sacromonte, which I only managed to view from outside. Took a long walk from central of Granada, up to the Abadia, and walked back on one hot Wednesday afternoon. How I long for an ice cold Cola at that moment in time. *sweat* All shops are closed, not even a single fly can be seen flying at that hour *sigh*


Sierra Nevada
30-31 de Julio 2005 - A group of 12 went to the Sierra Nevada and walked up to Veleta peak from the Alburgue Universitario. Was really a tough one for me since I haven't been doing any exercises for a loooooooong long time! Almost all the time I was one of the last in the group :P How embarrassing. But its a good thing that I was one of the 5 who managed to get up the next morning to walk to Mulhacen peak! Although of course, we did not reach Mulhacen coz we did not have enough time, and had to rush back to base in order to catch the bus to Granada. Nevertheless, the experience was wonderful. The weather and the wind on the second day was really bad that I almost gave up and turned back. Gotta thank the rest of the group for making the walk successful! Thanks guys! View at the lake was beautiful!


Agosto 2005 - Finally arrived Sevilla, but I feel like rusa masuk kampung. I guess I am so used to living in a small area like Granada, where everywhere is just within walking distance, not more than 15 mins most of the time, unless we plan to walk up to Sacromonte or Albaycin. Here I feel so lost. The main streets are much wider than in Granada, but at the same time, there are also lots of small streets, much smaller than the ones in Granada. This is what made me feel uncomfortable about walking alone here. I guess its also because most of the people are away for vacations in August, and Sevilla is like a dead town, if not for the tourists. Not to mention lots of constructions and renovations going on (it's common is summer coz there are less people around) Anyway, during my first week here, I went boat peddling with friends along Rio Guadalquivir, para pasear y tomar un poco sol.
Here I have to do my own cooking, and imagine how happy I was when I found a shop that sells oriental foodstuff! You would have thought I won the lottery (btw, lottery buying is very common in Spain, you could see the ONCE booth almost at every corner) when I was shopping in the Hiper Oriental! My favourite LKK oyster sauce (no se como puedo vivir sin eso) as well as tomyam sauce, char siew sauce, are all THERE! In my third week, I had an Italian housemate, and he made good pasta. Que guai! I get to eat and learn how to cook good Italian pasta at the same time :) So good that I eat as much as he did! And guess what he said - that I eat like an Italian man :P What an impression to make for myself!
Will add in more stories about the discotheque later.....

Septiembre 2005 - Sevilla comes back alive! Kids resuming school, the people return from vacations, and you can see that many of the bars reopening on the first day of the month. Sales period is also over ...*sniff* *sniff*. Guess its a good sign, as it also mean less temptation for me to spend more money :)
More updates soon...


Monuments in Sevilla
28 de Agosto de 2005, Miercoles - Visited Alcazar Reales in my second week. The structure is very very similar to La Alhambra, but a chiquitita version. Free entrance for students, so I plan to go there again one of the weekend mornings, this time probably with a book, so that I could just lie in the park and read :)
This upcoming week, I will be going on the tourist bus, cycling tour around Sevilla, visit La Isla Magica (theme park), visit Plaza de España, try the Baños Arabes (have to pamper myself ;)) and visit the Cathedral and Giralda too. Will try my best to update this as soon as I can....somehow I have gotten very lazy here, wonder why? :P

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