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... from Brisbane was long (of course) but uneventful on those marvelous A380 planes.an early morning arrival in Dubai,some breakfast at the hotel (Arabian Courtyard - still good) Sue and I took a quick trip over to the Mall of the Emirates which is a bit like Carindale but bigger..isn't everything in Dubai??
At 3.30 we were picked up for our 'dinner in the desert' tour. This started off well with a 90 min drive out of the city, our young guide ...
... morning in the café. It took a few goes to put it through on the machine. It didn’t help that we couldn’t read the instructions on the EFTPOS!
We had a few options today – there was an old Spanish village we could walk to, the beach, a castle etc. We decided to head towards the port that would take us near the Spanish Village. On the way there we saw a Barcelona city bus tour. That would be a good way to see the city instead of traipsing around trying ...
... some fruit and water for our day.
The water was unbelievably gorgeous! It was so blue! We found the perfect spot right by the water and set up for the day. We laid out and then cooled off in the water, and then laid out again, then we cooled off one more time, before we knew it was already 6:30 and the sun was setting. We packed up from our wonderful day, ...
... Early crops included culcot (over sized spring onions, that are BBQ'd and dipped in tomato and herb sauce) broad beans, spinach and seedling lettuces were planted out in battered polly tunnels. In the Barcelona market we spotted black salad potatoes. Dancing night! I'd seen all the pictures on Facebook: Tisha and Laurence jiving amongst friends in the town square and it looked like fun. Dancing twice a week, means that they're now very competent and ...
As Roisin and I have visited Barcelona twice before; the first time for a long week end and last time was during our Western Med cruise, we wanted to do something different. Most people head for something Gaudi-ish; either the Park Guell full of trees and shrubs (as parks usually are!!) interspersed with unusual and colourful sculptures, mosaics, walkways and tiling or the Sagrada Familia. This Roman Catholic Church was designed by the great man himself with construction starting ...