Monday, February 20, 2012

There's Only One Way Out of Salidas

PhotobucketDuring a layover in Madrid, I decided to take my suitcase with me on a quick walking tour of the city. I successfully boarded the right train going in the direction of the city center, but when I got off the train, I couldn't find an exit anywhere. The only signs I could see had an arrow and "Salidas." Muttering to myself, I said, "I don't want to go to Salidas! I want to get out of here!" Only after quite a bit of wandering did I realize that "Salidas" means "exits."

3 comments:

  1. I learned of the word during our flights, and it reminds me of the "one way street" incident with the missionaries in Germany =D

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