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By days end, I came away slightly overwhelmed coz in Barcelona, everything is everywhere. This is not a city with a central beating heart represented by one or two crucial main areas of focus. This city has incalculable foci and the place seems to simply just bristle at every location around every corner of the two lengthy circuits I travelled through the course of the day. There are historic and grand buildings everywhere. There are numerous places ...
... alley entrance of the supermarket we see a familiar face, it's old mate Jeckles on his date, you couldn't have planned for a better sight to stumble upon. We behave ourselves as we're introduced to Kira, who seems lovely, wish them a goodnight and carry on our way.
Everyone seems to be sitting on the terrace of the hostel, we have new people joining us tonight, the first new people to join. James is having a fancy night and going out for dinner with a group ...
... the festival of San Juan was the next night.
"Just stay, it's supposed to be insane."
Not having a hostel booked, or actually a city that I had planned on going to the next morning, I decided to stay. The rooms in San Jordi were all booked so I had decided to just stay out all night into the morning, and the guys offered to keep my stuff in their room. Maybe even sneak me in for some shut eye. Perfect.
With Kelly gone, I was only with a ...
... as we went around was the traffic chaos with cars, buses, motor cycles and push bikes which wizz around at speed. I assume the ambulances we hear are picking up these daredevils. We made it back just after 3pm ravenous so picked up a tortilla each from just across from the apartment and finally had some lunch. Then a rest and now up at 6pm planning our evening. We met up with SA Linda just after 6pm and went ...
... the chance to view the beautiful countryside on our way to Tarragona. Tarragona is a very cool port city with a rich history. Due to its strategic location on the Mediterranean it was a Roman fort city and there was lots of neat Roman architecture to check out.