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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... br> We got off it a bit later and headed to the Costa Brava coast, the first of many Mediterranean resort areas that run all the way down to Gibraltar. We got on the coastal autopista and had views of the Med. every so often through the apartment blocks that cater for all the northern European tourists.
The best part of Spain was the 15 degrees and virtually no wind and a sunnier day. The winter jackets were discarded finally.
... were about to leave we randomly bumped into the Perth boys who we had seen in Ios and Nice. Crazy how these travel circles work! We organized to meet up back at our hostel for some drinks later in the night as it was their last day in Europe. We walked around a lot of churches and city streets which were cool to look at, but to be honest there wasn’t anything too notable. We checked out the beach which once again I didn’t think looked that great compared ...
... last semester on my shoulders so if the buckle doesnt work, then my shoulders will just get stronger.
My mom tells my sister everyday: Make good decisions. Its very true but on top of that, I get to make my own reactions and today, I am proud of the way I reacted and of the decisions I made.
Oh, and Spain is a lot cooler than Greece, thank goodness, and I feel safer here than in Athens. I hope to write about my Greece experience soon.
Peace, Love, and Good Reactions
... rushed out and stood in my way to prevent me from leaving. Apparently, I was allowed to leave only through the “official” exit lane. Another seemingly goofy and senseless rule. Next time I’ll just give her my best impression of a “Queen Elizabeth” wave, ignore her and exit where I darn well please and she can watch my backside recede into the distance!
Back in my hotel room, I got organized for the trip to Madrid tomorrow. I'm interested to see how it compares with Barcelona.
... a few more shots (all 2€), most of which had tobasco sauce in it. The bartender was awesome, he even had a shot with us when we asked him what his favorite one was. 'It is like tequila, but with a kick, and you swirl it around in your mouth. Is like virginity. At first you like "Oh it hurts!" but then, "oh oh that's nice!"' ******* awesome guy. Once that was all done, it was time to head back to Aimeric's, and wen to sleep.