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... directions. The cloisters was a really lovely place, with the fountain of St George an the 13 geese for Aguililar. Definitely a contrasting design to that at Sagrada de Famille.
After the Cathedral I went on the Sandeman’s New Barcelona Gaudi and Modernism tour. The tour was run by Billy, another Londoner who has spent a lot of time travelling the world teaching English. Once again this tour was up to the high standards I ...
The Studying of study abroad finally had to start this week :( Before ending our class free lifestyle, Devon and I went to the beach and came home to make dinner and get ready for the first day of school.
Monday: Classes began today, and they seem like complete jokes. They are all fascinating, but the work load is very light and the teachers seem to expect very little from us academically. My first class starts at 9 AM. I ...
... and back on the tube home before we fell asleep. On the way home I could feel my throat getting itchy and my typical head cold coming on. I can hear my Mum’s voice ‘have you been taking your vitamins Jess??’….surely there’s vitamin C in a vodka orange juice isn’t there??
Without being able to find an open chemist I hoped I would wake up feeling ok.
Aussies over and out xx
... to stop at a little beach place for dinner. It was the perfect day!
When we headed back to our hotel, we were excited to know we would be truly clean! We each showered, and then I took a bubble bath! Now it is time to lay down to go to sleep.
Today was amazing, and very relaxing. We each got tan, and slightly burned, but had the best day we could think of! ...
... I loved learning some of the Catalan history. Our guide gave a brief overview of about 2000 years of history. Main take home point, the Catalans have a habit of supporting the losing side (take note if you're a gambler) but continually bounce back and have a rich culture and national identity to this day. The next day we hit the market, the Picasso museum and one of their large parks. My mom loved the Picasso ...