The Fourth Day

Well, there’s not much to report about school, really, except that we played Pictionary during the break. Except none of us actually knew how, and the instructions were in Spanish, so we ended up just taking turns getting out a card, picking the word we recognised, and trying to draw it.

This evening, we went out and ate tapas. I’ve got pictures.

Potato chunks with spicy cheese egg sauce stuff at the first place.

Potato chunks with spicy cheese egg sauce stuff at the first place.

'The bread that went with the spicy potato stuff.

‘The bread that went with the spicy potato stuff.

 

Spicy pork kebab thing.

Spicy pork kebab thing.

Veal sandwich with gravy thing.

Veal sandwich with gravy thing.

Sweet white grape juice stuff - something blanco - with an easily-forgettable name.

Sweet white grape juice stuff – something blanco – with an easily-forgettable name.

Sweet red grape juice.

Sweet red grape juice.

Quarter past ten...  ... at night.

Quarter past ten…
… at night.

My new dictionaries.

My new dictionaries – Spanish-French and Spanish-German.

 

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One thought on “The Fourth Day

  1. Ruth Hay says:

    Lovely looking food – thanks for the photos. Nice dictionaries – I am glad you found the ones you wanted.

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