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Avda. de S"Agaro, 2, Platja d'Aro, Costa Brava, Catalonia, 44002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Platja d'Aro

The Lioness' Posterior Tastes Funny.

A travel blog entry by twofoodies

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... Boy.

Video Girl was skeptical about what Battery Boy was saying and unsure about kissing a lioness' bottom and said to him if he got her an antiseptic wipe to clean the lioness she might consider kissing its derrière.

As they wandered off down the street, Video Girl complained about the bad taste the lioness' posterior had left in her mouth. "Don't worry about the taste because I am now going to take you somewhere special which will leave ...

"More Food, More Food!"

A travel blog entry by twofoodies

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... the night.

Video Girl and Battery Boy decided to approach someone in the street and ask for a further recommendation. Battery Boy approached a young woman and attempted to ask her (in Spanish) for a good restaurant After she slapped him across the face and verbally attacked him with a spray of fiery Spanish he said, "Muchas gracias for that slap, can I now try again in English?" Once the language barrier had been broken down he had a ...

Sant Pere Pescador

A travel blog entry by downing_aus

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... generally interested in them. He taught them the 5 most important Spanish words. Water, here, drink, field and nice girl. We drove 40km to Cap de Creus. A coastal area in a National Park. Wow. Breath taking views. Simply stunning. We parked the car and walked around and over the rocks to and around the water. Louis swam, Julian thought about it and it's just too cold for us oldies. We walked and explored for almost 2 hours. We returned to ...

From weird to weirder, then Girona

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey

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... road. SS accommodation was quite expensive and even here is a little over what we hoped to pay per night, but we have our own little kitchen, so saving money tonight eating in. Mikey is cooking pasta as I type. We are definitely going to try some of the cuisine out tomorrow though, as SS is supposedly Spain’s culinary capital with more Michelin stars here (14) per capita than anywhere else on earth!

Signing off for now xx

Again, photos to follow later :)
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Spain

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri

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... Atlantic earlier, the Mediterranean was much easier – coupled with fresh water showers on the beach, life was good. Some notable towns of beauty were, Cadaques and Tamariu with their traditional seaside buildings intact – definitely matching the postcard vision of a Mediterranean scene.



Girona was our final stop in Spain before heading back into France to explore the south ...

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