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... all different images of the colours from below. I could almost imagine an Oz equivalent being just as practical but lacking in the visual representation of the Spanish excess I keep seeing everywhere we go. They don't just "do"something, they "DO IT" -and "WITH PASSION!!!!!"
I returned to the parc de Espana I'd briefly visited yesterday on the bike tour and took some time taking in the sprawling park full of artistic and monumental wonders (like the full size ...
... dreams and every man is a boy at heart.
So in my early thirties, when I started climbing after a few years respite, my dreams recurred. That was the time that expeditions on Everest were increasing in number and the first guided ascents were beginning. I did look into possibilities and got as far as being offered a discount if I would be the physician for a guided group. Work, family and ultimately common sense prevailed. ...
... hanging down, some inside cases. There were chunks that were vacuum sealed in bags and for sale for $300 or more - for a 2 pound piece!
The dried fruit section looked amazing. all the colors were so intense and looked so fresh. They would give samples as you walked by to entice you to buy. We stopped by a fresh fruit stand and saw a new kind of Mango that we had never seen before. So we bought one and I had the lady cut it up. it was ...
... best markets we've seen. Some of the seafood stalls served an extensive selection of seafood dishes, mainly prepared on a BBQ style hot plate. We decided to come back to the markets, and particularly to the seafood stalls for dinner. The markets stay open until 8pm. The seafood dishes are a hit and very popular judging by the loads of people queuing to buy seafood. We were lucky to ...
... a very exciting game to watch – the actual game playing as well as the stadium full of cheering fans. We couldn’t help but join in the cheering and jumping!
Over the week the Ye’s were in Barcelona we toured some iconic Gaudi architectural sites including the Sagrada Familia (the cathedral that is still being built but is scheduled to be finished around 2030, over 100 years after it was begun), Park Guell and La Pedrera. At La ...