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... the bus lanes as we rode towards La Sagrada Familia I'd passed by bus yesterday. This is a staggering building and J and I have already booked tickets for a visit tomorrow. I wandered around the whole building unable to take in the sheer extravagance of its design. It seems plans are afoot to complete the building by the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's untimely accident with a tram (ironically, running on the tram network he had a hand in designing according to today’s ...
... drinks and deodorant. I spray some in my eye to make sure it hasn't gone flat, it hasn't. I proceed to scream, a manly scream though, like that of an SAS soldier. I'm not sure if I got the right change back, through the curtains of tears it was hard to see.
We're delayed on our journey out to Gaudi's church by a train station closure, or was it just train siesta time? Undeterred by the late arrival I line up to grab some audio guides, when I get back Wasp ...
... not. Best case scenario I knock on the door of the founder of Vice and demand a job. He'll realize I'm ambitious and ballsy and hire me on the spot, sending me to Syria to do a story on the refugee camps. In a perfect world.
But I'll probably just travel until I find the place I want to be, and then take it from there. The future doesn't look so scary anymore.
Moving on from the epiphanies of my life.
After getting so lost that I ...
... including phone cards, travel packages and even beauty products from the aisle. This flight was only 80 minutes!!! No free water, soft drinks or anything like that. BUT we got there on time and when we pulled in, sure enough, there was another line of people ready to board the plane so they could take off again!
Quickly off the plane, quickly got our bags, quickly caught a cab. Expensive cab ride - 35 euros - but ...
We spent 6 days in Barcelona, which is the capitol of Catalonia, an autonomous community and nationality of Spain that comprises the far Northeastern portion of the country. Though technically a part of Spain, we noticed much more of a Catalonian influence and pride than Spanish. We stayed in a hotel in a central location that had an awesome rooftop pool! ...