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... Of course, I couldn't. My most sincere apologies, stranger.
Our group migrated to another beach bar, so we followed behind. Eventually she stopped me, gave me a hug, and told me she loved me. I started to laugh at how emotional she was being and told her to start having fun. I don't know what happened, but she ran off, so I spun around and started to look for my friends. Nowhere.
I started to search through giant crowds of people searching for ...
... the latina music. Getting back to
our hostel was quite the ordeal. The metro was closed at 2 am and didn’t open
unil 6 am… so we got in one cab, and were taken to a metro station when the
cabie learned how far away our stop was, then took a metro back to the middle
of the city. Tried to find another cab for a few hours… then finally had some
luck. It took us 30 mins to cab back to our hostel and the cab had to manouver
its way up steep small ...
... groups. We went further up the mountain on a very steep cable funicular railway to the lovely small chapel of Saint Joan. The chapel sits on the edge of a ridge at 1000 mts with spectacular views. Well worth the effort.
After dinner we went to the Palau de la Musica which is a world heritage site with lots of ...
... in the square enjoying the late afternoon sun. Tourist buses and taxis line the outer sides and the actual square is filled with people and pigeons. Many, many pigeons! It is just after 7.30pm and head straight to our hotel, a walk of about five minutes.
This hotel and for those for the rest of our journey, has been booked and paid prior to leaving New Zealand (of course the money/credit card drama would only happen at the stage when nothing was booked because ...
... hospital helped arrange it, but I paid for it. Apparently it's common in Andorra for taxi drivers to do that, even though it's a 230 km drive one way that cost me 230 euros, or about $400. All things considered, it was cheap at twice the price.
Once I got to the airport, since Judy had alerted Delta I was on crutches, I had wheelchair service the whole time, to and from each plane. ...