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Video Girl and Battery Boy awoke after a restful night's sleep with the first thing she asked Battery Boy being, "Where are we going to have breakfast?" as per usual. After breakfast they commenced their travel ritual of exploring the streets seeking out new and different experiences. But today they also had something extra to do.
It was Battery Boy's brother's 50th birthday today and they wanted to send him a video wishing him a happy birthday. So ...
... Boy very happy but now he was concerned that his efforts to restore her appetite had now gone too far.
As quick as the desserts arrived at our table they disappeared and as Video Girl stared at an empty plate she would shout, "More food, more food, I love my food, I love my desserts, I even love coffee!"
Battery Boy sat opposite Video Girl with his head in his hands, "What have I done, I've created an eating monster."
... for a snack and headed back to the pool. Off to taste the local Paella (it was very good!) tonight and yes, the boys are back to the disco before bed. Got their mothers genes there. Leaving here in the morning to Barcelona just after a kayak in the river at 9am. Loosing the car and then a train into town. Looking forward to driving in Barcelona!! Easier than reading through or writing reports!! Haha. Have a great start to the week. M ...
... Dali’s masterpiece, his conception and design meant to allow visitors “a real experience of delving into his captivating and unique world”. And that it does! A theatre museum is an apt name for it. 22 rooms with thousands of pieces of his work – sketches, paintings, sculptures, jewellery, ceiling murals (akin to the Sistine chapel), bizarre doorways, chairs hanging from the ceiling, optical illusions, interactive art, and rooms made ...
... including a massive regional park with many lakes and free toilets, a hideaway area above a closed in beach and a car park overlooking a massive gorge. The not so glamorous side of the wide camping was a supermarket car park, good for fresh bread the following morning though.
San Sebastian on the north coast came highly recommended, this place must be truly crowded in summer, it was a ...
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