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... find salvation. We did, through Sigilit Landau's video installations which included: Salted Lake, 2011, Three men hula, 1999 and Mermaids [Erasing the Border of Azkelon], 2011.
Mermaids was filmed on a beach on the border between Gaza and Ashkelon: three women repeatedly fall from the sea. They draw in the sand with their bare hands and as they are pulled back to the waves their imprints are washedaway.
From Gaza we are transported ...
... Then I made my way over to the park. This park was also designed by Gaudi. It is a large beautiful park with great greenery everywhere. A large part of the park is free and you can roam all around. Then there is the monument part of the park where you need a ticket and a time because only so many can be let in at a time. Gaudi designed the park for the Guell family and it was initially a private estate that has since turned public. Honestly ...
... catch several trains and a bus and we travelled along the coast line which was lovely - lots of beaches and people on the beaches - topless women are the norm here. The kids had a fantastic day going on all the water slides that we don't see in NZ. Fun day!
Then we finished with a little birthday party for Harley at a restaurant - well picked by Hamish and Bob - lucky is was only across the road from home. Best Paella in Barcelona ...
... are collected. Once finished it will be the tallest building in Barcelona. You will look at the photos I'm sure and think what is that. I think it looks a bit like Willy Wonkers with its candy like balls at the top of cones which are roofs, anyway you can make your own opinion. Mine.....don't like it. We find out that the next tour inside is not until 3 hours away, well we are not that dedicated to Gaudi's work and there other pieces of it in Barcelona that you can ...
This morning we got up and left at the crack of eleven for Sagrada Familia Basilica by metro. Sagrada Familia was still not finished, much work going on, many cranes, much scaffolding…a bit of an anti climatic actually. Many thousands of tourists, huge queues to get in, we didn't ...