Saturday, September 6, 2008

Much ado about Terimisu!


I am online. (luckily because most houses don't have internet) I have Wifi in my house. Which means I will be able to blog and chat with people. Today we went to the monestary of Christopher Columbus and to see a museum to see replicas of the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Then we went to la playa (the beach) but it was cold and raining so we went to an Italian restuarant (go figure) and had terimisu and café capucino. Both were wonderful!!! Three other girls from Saint Mary's and I sat talking for about two and a half mabye three hours. It was very nice. Then we walked on the beach after it stopped raining. There were shells everywhere. It was much less of searching for shells and much more of gathering them up. On the bus we all ate our bocadillas (aka sack lunches). When I got back from the beach I walked home and went up to my apartment door. I started to unlock the door but it didn't work then I realized it was the wrong apartment and started unlocking the wrong door. A man came to the door an looked at me like I was a trying to break into his apartment I just said sorry, sorry and hurried out of the building. Then I realized I was on the totally wrong street. I eventually realized it was the street over. Now I am sitting in my room clean from my first shower (ducha) at my house. All in all it was a great day... long but great! And that's how my first Saturday went in spain. OH PS. Tipping isn't necessary in Europe/ Spain.

3 comments:

hannah elizabeth said...

katherine marie! i love your blog. i was just thinking about how you never posted and then i checked the site and TA DAH!
ps: check renee's page... you will laugh at her most recent post (it's under my blogroll as 'bestest counselor evah' ... i did that before i knew YOU had a blog!! don't be mad! hehehe)

Catherine said...

This blogging thing is totally Unknown to me. I'm so glad to beable to keep up with how things are going for you. Pretty cool.

Don Jason said...

Hola Senorita,
Looks like things are going great. Your Pop's gave us you blog info last night at prep. Tam and I are so proud of you!!! What an adventure, make sure to take advantage of it. We will have to get your email address unless this is the best way to communicate. Anyway, glad to see you are doing well. We will keep you in our thoughts.
Asta luego,
Jason