Ciudad de Parla
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... bar with the big screen. The game was way too close for comfort but the ABs got through 20-18! Didn't see any other All Blacks jerseys around - saw a few South African jerseys though. After the game we headed back to El Tigre for another massive Tapas dinner. After a couple more drinks at another bar I was pretty tired after drinking since 4pm so we went back to the hostel about ...
... absolutely no toilets and you are literally packed into streets like sardines so no way of getting out to find a toilet. So a little bit about la tomatina...it's an annual tomato fight that has been going for 70 years. It literally started one day with a couple of guys deciding to throw tomatoes at each other, as you do. It's got bigger and bigger every year and now there are over 40,000 people every year that take part. All the usual tour companies ...
... home for a quick shower and change. Wandered past a recommended tapas bar but rejected and found a cool tapas bar La Corolla with superb food and very funny owners - spoke enough English for me to communicate and funny conversations. Barman nephew of owner (? Nickname Nacho!) had lived in Melbourne while studying film - teamed up with a guy from Melbourne on and off to do doco of hip hop in Mongolia - yep amazing. Took them nearly 4 years ...
... your name's Mark Wilderman (and in that case, you're just too old!). After a quick lunch in an amazing market that I would willingly move into, we began a city tour by bus - visiting the royal palace and other sights. Then back to the hostel. Some napped, some shopped. Another meal. Less bread. Katrina was fortunate enough to meet her new Spanish husband (sorry mom - she has pictures - you'll see, he's a ...
... than Dali) Dali closed the house as it was, left, and never returned. It should be noted that Dali died in 1989 and was a man of modern times. He had an 8 track player in his studio and the Michelin man around the pool. He seem to like iconic advertisement. He had a mirror in his bedroom lined up so he could see the sunrise without getting up. It seems like an easy, quiet life in Cadaques and the people are in no hurry. So don't go into the restaurants expecting ...