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... at 246 Sharp St.
I talked to a couple of friends this morning, made me miss home slightly. It was another rainy day, clouds out, with no sun; unusual for Spain. I decided to be active today, or slightly active after eating three pieces of toast, a biscuit and a cup of green apple tea. There's another thing I'm grateful for, their amazing collection of tea. The ladies were being taught English by my host mother this morning, ...
... to Iran, we talked a little bit, although he seemed very frustrated at the length of the flight. I tried to sleep on the plane, I think I fell into a light sleep, just after we had finished eating dinner. I flew with Emirates, although I thought it was going to be Qantas. Emirates turned out to be great, great food. For dinner I chose chicken, which came with saffron rice, and other sides such as bread and crackers. There was an entree, which I wasn't sure ...
... gay district
last week when I was lost. The proprietor, a native Catalan, welcomed me warmly
and fed me a perfectly cooked meal of comfort food. Eugenia just opened her
small place called “l’aram” which refers to a type of copper pan commonly used
here. When I was a sweaty hot mess last
week I was drawn in by the delicious aromas, and when I told her that, she was
thrilled. That is how I knew the food ...
... and got us straight where we needed to be. Ate dinner around 11:30 and the restaurants were still half full. not till we were leaving (around 12:30) were they starting to slow down and get ready to clean. We ate at a tapas restaurant. had a plate of different cold salads (tuna, potato, etc), Chorizo, and a 1/4 grilled chicken. Washed it down with bottle of Sangria. Now it is 2:30 am and I am tired. Lots of writing. CYA later!
We got to our hostel in Barcelona at about 6pm and we had our own room which was nice. People in Spain don't eat dinner until after 10pm but at 730pm we went down the street to a local restaurant and had sangria and tapas. The restaurant started to get busy at 10 which was weird because that was when we were leaving. After that we went back to the hostel and rested. The next day we took a walking tour of the Barri gotic. After that we went to another tapas bar and then switched from ...