Skipping in Spain

One of the nice features of our website for me is the friendfeed, which aggregates posts from friends of the house (mostly ex-hosts) who have websites. It is one of my favorite things to read, to see what's up with who and when. And sometimes it actually gets more than that. Take Lena's recent post for example, where she writes about the freedom of the streets and how the Spanish state is cramping on Dumpster Divers.

"i am never just in one place at a time"

i arrived very early this morning in porto, in a mere 6 rides, which is half of the amount that it took from amsterdam to grenoble.
during the day, all of the rides spoke only french, except for two, whom also spoke some moroccan arabic :)

on the second to last petrol station in france, i found a portuguese guy who was driving straight to porto. he was speaking to the servicemen in french, so i approached him french... we spoke for a little while, and he said he would be going in the direction of spain. he looked very spanish, so i decided to go ahead and ask: