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... br> which is still being constructed, which will have sculptures representing the
creation of the world and the end of the world, according to Genesis and
After this we went to visit one of Gaudi’s other works in Barcelona- Park
Guell. This area was meant to be a development estate, with people living here,
but no one wanted to live so far from the city centre of the time (and I’ll be
honest, it is up a very big ...
... The roads we travelled on passed through various tunnels and over various extended bridges making me think Spain must be a civil engineer’s heaven.
We paused randomly and then only briefly in the rather depressing large town of Sallant and this provided what we took to be very evidence of stagnant Spanish economy with a number of crumbling industrial buildings long since in use and a town centre that was characteristic if only for its very, ...
... and a bottle of water and for dessert I tried the creme brulee. We shared the pizza as it was pretty big and as I saw creme brulee on the menu I had to try it as I love it! But unfortunately I didn't like it at all, there was no flavour and the creme wasn't even warm or crunchy on the top like it usually is. So I didn't eat it.
Overall the day was great and Rudi learnt something about himself, something that needs to be changed....
... to the fire pit.
"Just do it. I did it. The guys are doing it. Go do it."
She looked at me like I was crazy, and to be honest, I don't blame her. I had let my frustrations spill over to some stranger. But. I'm okay with that.
"Can I go with someone?"
"No, go by yourself. Jump."
She hesitated, and then screamed as she leapt over the fire.
I clapped and cheered as more girls got up ...
... Europeans. Our waiter even spoke with a US twang so we asked where she learnt such good English. It turned out that she's from Costa Rica and had been in Barcelona for 6 years with her Spanish boyfriend. The trouble is she a qualified psychologist but can't get any work in that area. The GFC really is creating a lost generation.
We found our way home through the tiny alleyways in this district. You could get lost ...