¡Como dios!

Trip Start Mar 30, 2010
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Trip End Aug 06, 2010


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Sunday, May 16, 2010

I don´t know how to begin writing about one of my most fantastic and memorable day in Europe. It had been a crazy day! My friends were crazy. AND I WAS CRAZY! I never laugh so much in a long time. Our supposingly lunch party lasted for 13 straight hours from 1pm to 2am! (so now you know why my entry comes late...haha)

I was told to let go my soul, and I did. The sun was shining and we had lunch outside in the garden. With great chef Carlos and Carra, we were fed with loads of barbeque pork ribs, cheese, pan (bread), chocolate cake etc. I though initially there was no food becasue while we unloaded the car, there were only bottles of ALCOHOL (wine, beer, liquor)!!!! I was only given potato chips while hungrily watching the Monaco Grand Prix. I really got used to listening to their Spanish that I do not understand . Sometimes I gave up asking for translations. haha. But I knew they were talking, teasing and asking about me very often, as I kept hearing ´Singapore´and ´Joyce´ (that must be me!) As they drank more and more, they either spoke no English, OR perfect English!

Javier always the word ´crazy´ to describe Galician people. So I guess they are, at least at party time. When the eating and talking stopped, the singing and dancing came alive! Well, let´s not mention too much about the stripping too (not me, don´t worry). hahaha... Guess what´s next? Be cool, nothing sexual here. They started jumping on one another on the grass. I was one of the victims, being surrendered to the ground and they (400kg probably) started mounting on me. God bless I´m still alive....

We continued the party at their regular pub at Santa Cristina and I was introduced to more people to more people (men and ladies). One of them said I have beautiful eyes. On the contrary, I think Europeans have really beautiful eyes with deep double eye lids. But to them, almond-shaped eyes are unique, especially in La Coruña, where you do not see any Asians around. *wink wink*



This is an entry I do not how to organise and write, because everything we did was not in sequence. I can only describe like this...

Equation 1
Talk---eat---laugh---games---eat (again)---sing---dance---joke---eat (again and again)---laugh some more......etc etc *we have gone mad by now*

Do you realise something is missing in the above? Yes, the alcohol! It is assumed that the drinks are always there every minute.... so if you extension the equation, it becomes...

Equation 2
Talk---drink---eat---drink---laugh---drink---games---drink---eat (again)---drink---sing---drink---dance---drink---joke---drink---eat (again and again)---drink---laugh some more---drink, then drink---and drink again..... to the power of ínfinity
*i´m sure my dad is screaming right now...naughty!*

To Javier, Txerra, the 2 Juans, Carlos and Carra, Abel and Marta,
¿Que pasa contigo?
¡Muchas gracias por todo! La comida estaba deliciosa...

¡COMO DIOS!



*please come back later for photos*
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Comments

Javier on

I though that you hadn´t undestand the meaning of "COMO DIOS", but i realise that you have undestand it quite well...

Javier on

Sorry... hadn´t undestood..

Javier on

bufffff.... understood

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