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... English at all. So that was interesting. Paige and I speak the most Spanish but considering their language is Catalan, there were some differences. Also not to mention that neither Paige or I are perfect at Spanish by any means. So we ordered some food, I got some kind of chicken thing and ham croquettes and french fries, idk but it was decent. Afterwards we decided to take it easy and just hung at our apartment for the night... with some drinks of course.
Day 2 ...
... bed, pull-out couch and desk, all of
which takes up less than half the available floor space. It also has
two french doors overlooking a garden area.
a three night stay, Pete did his washing before we headed out to
explore. The street, La Rambla, is very close to our hotel and is
the nerve centre of this huge city - it is very wide with an area in
the centre of the street between the roads full of cafes ...
... able to really get much sleep (mostly from excitement), economy comfort was a good choice of seating. Brandon woke up first and was able to capture the sunrise over the Atlantic with the camera. Unfortunately we were on the wrong side of the plane to see much of Paris, and it was extremely overcast so there wasn't a view.
Once into Paris, we had croissants and espresso and waited for our flight to Barcelona. The flight was delayed ...
... irrelevant pieces of information such as what countries you've visited before and so on. It's all such a massive load of bollocks that I don't think I can really be bothered with it. Taking three hours to fill in a load of boxes about what I've been up to over the last three years and trying to match my needs to a certain type of host just seems like way too much effort for what was, originally at least, such a simple concept: ie "I have nowhere ...
... there. Once again I told her moh was ill and I couldn't leave her. Next came the safety officer who said..." I believe you don't want to go to the drill!" I stopped him and told him it was that Moh was sick and in the shower not any other reason that we were not doing as directed. Off he went and we thought we'd got away with it but no, later we found a letter saying if we don't attend a specially convened drill we could be disembarked!!!! We went back to ...