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... take public holidays, as Tom was to discover.
It will be sad to finally be going from Sant Jordi Diagonal. It has been a home away from home and I've met some wonderful people that I'll never forget. At least now I'm going to Denmark to visit Frederik. Doing things on a whim whilst travelling has been brilliant so far - Thai Islands, Eastern Europe, New York, and my extended stay in Barcelona have been massive highlights.
... Strand und von dort dann weiter in den Club. Da die Franzosen große Fans von Minimal und Electro sind ging es in einen Electro Schuppen der ganz schön abgefahren war für meinen Geschmack, aber war trotzdem richtig cool dort, wenn auch teuer (0,3l Longdrinks 9€). Gegen halb sechs bin ich dann tot in mein Bett gefallen.
Für Morgen ist noch nichts festes geplant aber es wird definitiv etwas entspanntes ...
... day by day. The marijuana soothed some of my anxiety and assisted with the minor back pain that had been developing.
... around this beautiful city. We took the red line first which takes you from downtown to Mount Juiq (not certain of the spelling) around the Olympic stadium to the port and back to the center of town.
After a quick lunch of tapas (what else?) we boarded the blue bus (included in the ticket price for the red line) and saw the other "half" of Barcelona. This excursion features the ...
... Limbs managed to win almost every night, but the bow got the wearer alot of attention in the festival so he wasn't too upset. It was 7 nights of camping in the sun, so we got pretty stinky in the tents, the campground when we left looked like a tip, the best way to clean up would have been to nuke the place. but it was a great time. After the festival Steve and I said good bye to Limbs, Finman and Matt (another guy from Mt Isa who'd turned up) and moved on to Paris.