Making my way to Madrid…

…from where I will fly back to Texas on Thursday. I fly into Corpus and will spend the week housesitting for my parents, by the way. I have very mixed feelings, as you an imagine. I am very excited to see everyone in Central Texas but also sad to leave Europe. And as for what´s next, well, I´m as curious as anyone. Regardless, I am so glad I took this trip.

The rest of the cruise in Greece was really awesome, both the archaeological sites and the companionship. It was so nice to have my schedule planned out and to have a little posse to spend my time with. Of course, we toured sites most days, so between running around ruins and socializing, I did precious little relaxation!

I returned to Barcelona for a few days of r&r and museums, then met my friend Peter (the geologist) for an amazing weekend in the country. We drove to Huelva province where they raise the prized black pig (the BEST jamon…which we call prosciutto) and hiked around a rural landscape filled with castles and tiny villages. I am talking “don´t hit the old man herding his sheep across the only road through town” tiny. It was perfect and a great glimpse into another side of Spain. And wow was I ready for some cool mountain air!

I´ve just arrived in Cordoba, where I´ll see the Great Mosque. Tomorrow I return to Madrid and then Thursday I fly home.

I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving.

4 Responses to Making my way to Madrid…

  1. It sounds like you’ve had a great trip and an awesome adventure! I hope you have safe travels home and look forward to seeing pictures and hearing more about your experiences! Hopefully you can enjoy your last couple of days and can block out thoughts of “what’s next” until you have to face that decision! Thanks for sharing your blog so that we can all live vicariously through you!

  2. Audrey,Sounds like an unforgettable time. I have been jealous reading about all your travels. It sounds wonderful. Who knows, we may have an opening in SIS!

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