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... purposely did not bring my camera, my water, my snacks, etc. as I did not want to look like a tourist and invite thieves. However, that meant I could not document the trip and I was starving and parched by the time I got back home 3 hours later (thought it would only take an hour or so). Bottomline result: I concluded the best choice is to opt for the Taxi option back from the airport as there are too many long corridors, etc. for a tired traveler to want to maneuver for the ...
How has my final placement arrived already? I have made it to Spain, where I am staying in the little village of Calatorao, a cute little place which is very typically Spanish and a five minute drive to work. Orchard Fruit Co. is a family run business who grow and pack apples, pears and cherries and it is a fantastic place to work, everyone is so friendly. I've become behind on my blog as I haven't really had much time out of work, but my days ...
This trip has been like a travelling smorgesboard – a taste of Italy, a bit of Turkey, a morsel of Greece, a bit more of Italy and today a mouthful of Spain (– with a nibble of Portugal and Madeira to come finishing off with a range of Brazilian deserts next week!) We spent 6 hours in Barcelona Spain today and metaphorically "stuffed our mouths (as well as our minds, eyes and ears), full", as in the true style of gourmet eating Barcelona was a ...
... which leads you to the roof terrace.. which was truly a Work of art in itself! I was definitely floored! (Pardon the pun!)
I've forgotten all my art history, since my college days... I must have drunk away all those brain cells, during the late 80‘s & early 90's!! But somewhere in the recesses of my brain sparked some recognition of his work and seeing it here, first-hand was an Amazing thing for me!
I took plenty of photos and even had ...
... us again just after we had been at the police station
- spending a majority of our first three days in Barca either at the police station, the hotel, or dealing with people to help fix the car
- effectively being robbed again by the tyre place (even the police said that the price we paid was robbery!).
So I last left off when we were just on our way to Mataro which is just outside of Barcelona for our first night in Spain. We left pretty late from Carcassonne ...
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