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... that the map we were
using on Google maps is wrong we keep wandering until we find another gloomy
square full of people. We sit next to the park and ponder our circumstances. We
….. well I decide to go back to La Rambla and start again this time we will
turn left instead of right at the Starbucks. Briony is doing her thing where if
she doesn’t believe me the speed of her step slows down. We head down the
darkened alley and a sign on the right hand ...
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... was more spraying of the perfume, and then a little balletic dance with the lemon rind, before the huge olive was speared and delicately sunk into place.
Pretty well neat gin, really, so that was the last sensible thing we would get out of Hetts for the day.
My champagne cocktail was delicious. A mix of champagne, and crushed raspberries, with two more raspberries finely balanced on the top of the glass, ...
I've been living in Madrid for a month and a half now and decided it is about time I start blogging my adventures abroad. This past week, my parents embarked on a cruise through the mediterranean making their final arrival in Barcelona where I met them for the weekend. Upon my landing at the airport, I found an airbus to shuttle me into the city (as I am traveling on a budget and avoiding taxi fees at all costs). I found my way from Plaza ...
After busing it up to Barcelona, I ended up walking in circles trying to find my hostel, in the stinking hot, busy and confusing streets. After walking for nearly an hour I finally came into the blissful air conditioned reception of the Generator Hostel. My dorm was empty, so I made my bed and lay down for half an hour to recover. After a shower, I got a message from Gee Douglas. Her and Laura Gabriel were in Barcelona for 2 nights, and staying in ...