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... Now the accommodation issue was our fault, we walked to the area that we thought it was and were confronted with what from a New Zealanders perspective looked like a welfare complex built onto a square, thinking this couldn't be where we were staying we walked around for an age with packs on before finally knocking on the door to what might be our place for the next 3 nights. Turned out it was and the location was perfect additionally staying in the square ...
After a 12 hr flight to London then a 2 hr noisy (bridal shower party) and bumpy flight into Barcelona we are in Spain waiting for the girls who are on a later flight. And so the next leg of our adventure begins with Gillian, Judith, Judy, Margaret, Marietta, Glenda and myself. Our pre-arranged transport picked us up at the airport and we headed off to the Hotel Andante. The driver was complaining how hot it ...
... not. Best case scenario I knock on the door of the founder of Vice and demand a job. He'll realize I'm ambitious and ballsy and hire me on the spot, sending me to Syria to do a story on the refugee camps. In a perfect world.
But I'll probably just travel until I find the place I want to be, and then take it from there. The future doesn't look so scary anymore.
Moving on from the epiphanies of my life.
After getting so lost that I ...
... out that there is some device that people are selling on the street , you put them in your mouth and ?whistle" which generates an incredibly annoying noise. I think i will buy one if I can find them again, so that I can annoy Amanda as much as possible ;)
We stopped at another little cafe outside the cathedral that sold mojitos... Amanda had a Mojito and I had a beer. After we were finished, we asked the waiter where the locals would ...
... are kind of related, it turned out wonky.
After that we strolled around town and eventually ended up at a Wine Bar. The guy who was running it was from Toronto, oddly enough. We got some pretty decent nachos and some good sangria.
The next day was our day to leave. We got up relatively early, walked through La Rambla one last time on the way to the train stop, and headed north Towards Manresa, where our first helpx hosts picked us up. ...