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... the northern states will be only slightly cooler than the south unless your in the Himalayan foothills where they will be a very comfortable, Gin and Tonic, twenty five plus, or at least that is the hope. One thing is for sure there is no India without heat, and with the high levels of heat and the influential Himalayas as a back drop there will be a monsoon and humidity. It is an unfortunate fact that I'm not going to escape the heat anymore than avoid the monsoon - it ...
An early morning rise and shine. We decide to take a taxi to the airport cabs in Lisbon are affordable. We hug Ludi who has risen to say our goodbyes and we head out. Our taxi driver takes us and drops us of at Terminal 1. We head inside and start to orient ourselves with the teleprompter in a foreign format not to mention language. Daniel reads termal 2 is Vueling (a Spanish budget airline). We now panic- Where ...
... the square has been since I've been here! But up they go. Then they falter on the third tier, but only momentarily then up until one girl has a munchkin in helmet on her shoulders and the black material is lowered, the girl holds on, is haled up and on to the balcony, then the second girl is hauled over the top. The material is then lowered, but the castellers have begun to dismantle and therefore no third person over the top.
Wow! now exhale, ...
... best; my heart needs to recover before setting foot within it. However, I promise, if not to you, to myself, that I will go back sometime in the near-ish future!
Jumping back on the band wagon for the less-emotional-and-dramatic, we decided to hit up the metro (this gave me the chance to utilise my just-under-premium prowess in the Spanish language) and make our way to Park GŁell! Ha ha ha... Did I mention it was on the top of a hill? For one, I'm ...
... wasn't very big in size at all, but we all made the best out of it and took millions of pictures and sipped our drinks out of chucks of ice. It was a neat concept, but they definitely should of taken it to the next level! We then headed to Opium, where there was suppose to be a HUGE party going on. It was a 30 euro cover but since we are girls we of course got in for free! We walked in and it was pretty dead with a few people here and there so we hopped in some taxis and headed ...