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... to the music. At one point a gypsy joined the main act to
perform songs together; apparently a rare sight, and another man knew English
songs to which we could join in the singing. We were definitely the only
tourists in the bar.
A man explaining a Spanish tradition for
their equivalent to a buck’s night approached us. He asked us to kiss the groom
on both cheeks, same as for the Spanish greeting, and say from ...
We came back to the hotel and drowned our sorrows before realising that it was after 9pm and weneeded to eat. No problem, this was Spain. Not so, it was Sunday night and we had problems finding anything around our hotel. Eventually we found a restaurant at 10pm which we were not sure was even open. It was as it started to fill up after we sat down. We were the last to leave however.
... at about 9:30 pm and made our plans for the next day. After doing our room checks, the teachers headed to the lobby to have a cold beer. We had spent so much time walking today that Lopuck and I decided that a beer would be a better nightcap than a glass of red wine. I had two. I crawled into bed after my first day in Spain and connected with Shawna and Paige on FaceTime. I miss everyone at home and now that the trip is nearing the end I am starting to think more and more about getting ...
... were playing literally surrounded by the people who had previously been watching, possibly making them feel more of a part of the performance into the bargain. Perhaps a slightly risky thing to do but also almost certainly in keeping with the performer’s philosophy and demonstrating a high degree of trust in what was probably a fairly sophisticated audience.
Filastine plays all over the globe and if this has made you even a little bit curious, then look him up and ...
Our time in Barcelona is drawing to a close and there is still so much to see we might have to have a return visit. We are now experts on Gaudi architecture after viewing many of the buildings he designed, especially the spectacular Sagrada Familia and the park he designed and where he lived. We are staying on the Ramblas, the liveliest street in Barcelona. At night it is full of ...