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... out with my parents + Mariana) and it was hard to leave at first. But do I feel like I'm going home when I fly back to New York? God, not in the least bit. The ground underneath my feet at that moment felt like home.
Nothing material felt important anymore. The bag back at my hostel wasn't important, my phone didn't matter, even the money in my wallet could be made back. It would be a burden losing, don't get me wrong. But everything was replaceable. But ...
... to Barcelona and got there within 2 hours which was awesome
compared to the 7 hour bus ride we had been considering. The high speed train
reminded me a lot of the trains that we went on in china, getting up to 300
km/h which was not only luxurious but awesome. We got to Barcelona around 11 am
and immediately noticed differences. The metro system was way harder to navigate
and our initial impression of the people and cleanliness was a lot different.
In Madrid, ...
... from yourself, at an angle that means you can't see where the wine is coming from or going to. You don't put the sprout into your mouth so everyone passes it around, this provided a lot of entertainment as people accidentally poured it into their eyes, down their chins and over their clothes!
After arriving at the local bar with the free popcorn we all got a bit bored of this, a few of us wanted to go to another bar this bar was back towards the centre so we ...
... Gaudi park and looked around a bit. Nice view of the city from the top of the park. For some reason the iconic Gaudi mosaic sculptures have now been gated off and you have to pay to enter. Instead we just peaked through the gate, seeing as they were only 30 metres away. After that we went into the La Rambla area and went by the tapas market. Walked around the pier area and up all the way to the ...
... or two we headed over to the port area where the gypsies sold Robyn sunglasses that we probably didn't need. At the port the views were amazing so we decided to sit and enjoy them while we could with a litre of Sangria (which was the best we had had here in Spain). It took 2 bottles of water to rehydrate Robyn later that day. As we made our way home we decided to eat at the Del ...
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