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... we'd originally intended arrived and off we went.
We've been pondering how a city creates the demand for such a quality public transport system and if such a concept would work say in Melbourne. It would seem to me, and not having any sort of knowledge to base such a decisions, I reckon the horse has probably long ago bolted. It seems the two metros we've seen (Madrid and Barcelona) serve a very concentrated population density and the cities were laid out well, ...
... face down.
Victoria sits next to me which I'm very happy about, I finally get a good chance to talk to her, she tells me that she's from Norway, but she has a British accent because she moved there when she was five, there are five million people in Norway, her father is Australian. Her father and mother don't even speak the same language, I find this unbelievably awesome, it gives me hope that Natalia and Michael will make it in this crazy world after all!
... market which is a stunning ensemble of stalls. You can buy fruit, meat, fish, vegetables, nuts, pretty much everything. Niamh and I went there together and had some delicious fresh fruit juice! The tapas bars and shot bars in Barcelona are also fabulous, we had some delicious olives, patatas bravas and also splurged on a paella one night. The food in Spain is definitely a highlight. We spent a lot of time at Espit Chupito which is essentially a shot bar except they have ...
... here? This feeling? This is the only thing that matters right now. My future career, school, the daily grind. I wanted none of it. I always remember this quote - "Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you ought to set up a life you don't need to escape from."
While thousands of people have already shared that quote over Facebook with ******** pictures of beaches and cliffs, how many people actually do something about it? I remembered ...
... when we left a few hours ago. We knew our way around, were comfortable with Portuguese people and felt like we saw all of Porto. When we left Porto, we had mastered the subway, the narrow, crooked streets and a few choice words in Portuguese. Thank you, Goodbye, welcome, and sorry. Didn't have to say sorry too much, thank goodness! Most everyone in Porto spoke English. On the last day in Porto (next entry) we found some ...