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... journey and found ourselves presenting the Audi for its welcome return back into the fleet -unscathed and having barely raised a sweat travelling us across the rugged plains of Spain, through tunnels and over bridges and finally through the spectacular Pyrenees.
We now had to get ourselves back and took advantage of our knowledge of negotiating the Madrid Metro to transact our way onto the Barcelona network and through the twin legs of our journey to the station ...
... for me and Vivian Cus the bike is kinda high and I had troubles paddling. And we kept stopping to hear what the guide has to say and traffic lights. Me and Viv talked to the ang moh girl in our group, I think she's from canada, called michelle I think. She's really hyper and enthu and pretty! But she nvr shave her armpit hahaha. The beach final stop is quite pretty, we all bought a magnum ice cream for 1.8€ and ate it by the beach before ...
... of Barcelona. Today we are done quickly and have two hours to spare before dinner, this is a lot for Topdeck, we need it all though as we try to download our skydiving videos, the download speeds are so infuriatingly slow it makes me want to cry like a ten year old girl.
Dinner proves to be a laugh, Ganzer and myself get a seat with Sophie, Trent, Jeff and Alan. Naturally we kick Alan off, because he's sick and directly under the air conditioner, we're looking ...
... she'll be engaged in a few years. Problem - this girl was ambitious and her heart belonged in fast paced New York City. She wanted to climb up the corporate ladder and be a successful independent woman, not be a stay at home wife back in her hometown.
I shared my own experiences, told her I had been where she was a year ago, and explained to her everything I've learned over the past few years. How often I switched schools, didn't know where I wanted to be, ...
... the outside and orifices and mouths appear to open and gape. The main hall was hosting an international gathering of 'WarCraft' gamers who forged alliances and negotiated territory around the entrance. Bike friendly ramps swept us past the purple mosaiced mother ship and back into the park to find some older part of town. Valencia is the place it eat. It boasts hundreds of restaurants and we both spotted Tasca Angel (b 1946) amongst the clinical white sushi and pizza ...