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... get in
we dump our bags say hello to 4 Americans sharing our room and head off to get
some food. Not much is still serving so we get some delish wok noodles and eat
back at the hostel.
The next morning I wake up early and have
breakfast but learn quickly that Spanish people do not refrigerate milk so the
muesli I have is off puttingly warm but I soldier on cus I am fairly tough. I
even left the hostel by myself the night before and got cash ...
Saturday I test out the Gym Canricart
The weekend began with a test of the gym around the corner, where they prefer speaking Catalan. Thus, Bon Dia was in order, instead of Hola or Buenas Dias. I spent the first hour on the machines, including treadmill and learning the other workout systems with the help of a very simpatico physical trainer who noticed I was doing most of the machines incorrectly on my own(!) Then I took a "Mind Body" Class ...
... with perfume out of a black tasselled bottle.
This he did with an artistic flourish, which made me want to giggle.
Next he poured in the neat gin as if it were liquid gold.
Facetiously I asked him had he trained for long to do this, to which he replied 'two weeks' or was it two days? His total lack of appreciation at what a farce the whole thing was made it even more ridiculous in my eyes.
But he hadn't finished.
... of men and boys play soccer along the beach. The more amusing ones, would try to accomplish backward round kicks into the water. Not a surprise, we have only seen one American football on this trip and that was in Narbonne. We both braved the water at one point, sweeping our hands in front of us to clear the debris. The water was pretty warm, and once past the surf, it was very enjoyable. We relaxed for several hours, ...
... perhaps seeing the ancient cave drawings nearby ( we didn't know about these) and visiting the cave hill town. The valleys, views, ruins, flowers, white old buildings are romantic and refreshing. Prices for quality food and coffee were cheap at all the villages we went to.
The southern Spanish are very short, I mean they could have auditioned for hobbits and dwarves and Peter Jackson wouldn’t have had to do any editing. Seriously some ...