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Hola means Hello in Spanish. Today we awoke to brilliant sunshine in Andorra , after breakfast it was on the road again heading to Spain. Border crossing was trouble free, we stopped at the first booth and the man waved us through, so we thought that was it, then they waved us over for a vehicle check and we popped the boot, he saw the suitcases, asked if we had alcohol and we said only 2 bottles, (which was the truth) he said anything else and we said no, and he ...
... When we walked out we were in total awe of how busy the place was! People everywhere, like a swarm of bees. We had no idea where to go from the lack of signposts (john got grumpy with this) and managed to ask a local where we were and where to go. Finally stumbled on our hostel much to both our reliefs. Had dinner in a local sports bar watching the local football team Barcelona vs someone which was real cool as the place ...
... they got too close to the fountains, when exploded their streams of water to the highest levels.
We then had went to find a restaurant for dinner and found a great one after many disappointments due to queuing and bad service by one. The waiter in the restaurant had been and was still drinking when we were there, and was very merry. His antics made the meal and our taxi trip home was all about him.
Off to bed about 0045am after a fantastic but tiring ...
... free beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee, ice cream etc. so if we ever got tired of tapas there was always something to eat haha. The guy in the next room really got his money's worth.....Beer for breakfast every morning! It had a nice shady courtyard out the back and we celebrated Geri and Rose arriving with lovely fruit,cheese and olives bought from the famous La Boqueria (?spelling) markets just down the street. More Barcelona blogs to ...
... cheery friends, wished us well on our journey and we offered to help out with the new music school and Laurence's exciting 'Little Britain' club. Its actually proved hard to beat! The infectious welcome and the self evident creativity of La Garriga was extraudinary. Here we had a small town that supported 3 choirs, a music school a thriving theatre and several dance schools, offering salsa, swing, tango, and lindy for all ages. Lots was happening and it felt ...