From Jorge’s central apartment we moved to Tetuán, a district where most South American immigrants live. I liked it much better.
We arrived at our host’s home quite late – it was after 10pm and Olvido started preparing a dinner for us. We could taste Spanish fried almonds for a very first time, they tasted nice.
Olvido was a very energetic 50 year old woman who got into couchsurfing thanks to her adult daughters. Her younger daughter Eva works as a volunteer nurse in Bolivia. V went to bed and we shared our life stories with a glass of wine in hands. The next morning Olvido went to borrow a washing liquid from her neighbour in case I wanted to do the laundry . What a thoughtful host !
Chorizo and baguette for lunch.
The next day we went to visit Museo de America recommended by my friend. I thought it would be nice to explore before our South American trip. The entrance fee was 3 euro.
We are going be here tomorrow!
Late in the evening we went to the airport to catch our flight to South America. Intentionally I left my hat in the metro because I thought I will not need it anymore.
Next stop – São Paulo!