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Left at 8.00 this morning for the long drive back northward to Barcelona. Two short stops at wayside service centres along the way and arrived about 4.00. A few sites to see along the way - the random 'torros' - black bulls which apparently used to be advertisements for a brand of gin - but roadside advertising now banned - so removed the text and left the bulls. Fun to watch out for them. Hills, fruit trees, olives, vineyards, small and larger ...
... For sure, this is one city that we could NEVER live in. These people don't eat dinner until after 7:30 at night! I'm ready for bed by that time!! We did find a place nearby and had something that resembled a meal, then went for a walk around the touristy area called Las Ramblas. I can't tell you how many people were out wandering around that place. Wow...the crowds! Well, tomorrow we head to the airport and back home. Life must return to normal ...
... he designed also. I particularly liked the cradle which was passed down and used.
Then off to the market which was quite big. Spent some time walking around and viewing all fresh food from fruit and vegies, juice, eggs, meat, seafood, nuts, tea and the list goes on. Had some calamari which was good.
... of tapas and paella! After dinner we
watched a fantastic flamenco show, at which our coach driver Gazza bought all
the girls red roses! The flamenco show was amazing, charged with incredible
emotion. The night only continued to get more epic from there, heading to a
club and getting totally and utterly smashed! An amazing night partying, until
3 in the morning!
Day 7: Barcelona.
Today was a free day to explore Barcelona! So of course, we
... so the motley crew danced for awhile longer whilst the audience clapped along. Finally the show ended. It was great but a very strange ending. Mark and I couldn't work out whether it was their last show or what was going on and everyone was yelling in spanish so we had no idea.
After the show we went out for dinner and each consumed a large paella which was as usual both delicious and satisfying.
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