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... Sant Joan, took us on the seven minute ascent, up the steep slope with a maxmium gradient of 65% over 503 metres, to the upper station. From here we were rewarded with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside from the other side of the mountain.
Again time was against us an we didn't have time to walk to the hermitage of Sant Joan (which would have taken at least an hour there and back). So we just took in ...
... about it all! Right now my struggles deal primarily with navigating the city, keeping the PE and school uniforms clean (you have to put a little more planning into the laundry when drying with a clothes-line), and figuring out how to make Carol’s chicken-broccoli casserole without cream of chicken soup. I’m going to start a cooking class in October (that’s not connected to the cream of chicken soup comment), and I might take an art class as well. I went to the ...
... for things I could cook for myself ever second day or so.
It was an exercise in sheer frustration, like looking around an Asian supermarket and not knowing what half the stuff is. I know with certainty that in Australia, NZ, or Britain That I could have picked up the ingredients for a dozen meals, easy as. Not here though, and the only conclusion I can draw from that is that the Spanish diet is a whole lot different to ours.
... stuff happens I suppose. We went then, closer to 3, seeking lunch and found a diner around the corner, slightly formal, with many couples at table and old-style service. Not pricey, good food in an interesting place. Finding meals is a big part of travel!
Replenished, we headed off to locate Plaza de Riena, which despite our best skills took some finding. Located, we hopped on a city-sights bus and headed off into thickening traffic to see the inland orientation ...
... and threw it at the storeman that he was arguing with. The next year the fight was re-enacted and over time it grew and grew. Last year there were a record number of participants, 46,000 to be exact but the sheer volume of people made the event unsafe so this year authorities made it a ticketed event only allowing 25,000 to attend. As we arrived in the small town we saw a swarm of Fanatics in yellow tops walking along the street on their way to the main street where the festival ...