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... close to where we are staying at a place called Malinos. We had the yummiest burgers. I'm hoping we get to go back. We are now back in the room having a quick lie down and drink before we hit the clubs. Let's hope we don't fall asleep tonight! ... Oh well, we fell asleep again. Worse still, I can't sleep now. We slept through to about 1.30 am and since then I've been wide awake. It's now 4.02 am. I've had three hours of good sleep and that should be ...
... top. The chef's interpretation of nouvelle was trying to mix as many flavours as possible into one dish. There was no one predominant taste, even with seafood, and just about all vegetables were purée'd. In addition the California theme has become the dress code, even on formal night. T shirts and jeans in the dining room just don't do it for me. The Blu maître d' was obviously less than thrilled, as even his staff had to dress down on formal ...
... to the music. At one point a gypsy joined the main act to
perform songs together; apparently a rare sight, and another man knew English
songs to which we could join in the singing. We were definitely the only
tourists in the bar.
A man explaining a Spanish tradition for
their equivalent to a buck’s night approached us. He asked us to kiss the groom
on both cheeks, same as for the Spanish greeting, and say from ...
... hit the edge of the boardwalk in made music. Then I went to a bar the UB40 owned. Which was really sweet with beds laid out so you can watch the boats pass and the sun set and everything. It was a good time. Then Bulgaria. Went there to visit Alexander and meet his wife Jodi. We relaxed pretty much. There wasnt much to it it was just hot weather and living a (somewhat) normal life on the countryside of Bulgaria. We went to some markets ...
... 160; That evening we met up with one of Jen’s Canadian friends, Rachel, who was currently living in Barcelona as an AuPair, and went to a buzzing little pub that had 1 euro Spanish beers. I was not a beer drinker before coming to Europe, but I am gradually acquiring a taste for it and these San Miguel’s were extremely tolerable! We also seen the main street of Barcelona (La Rambla) by night and discovered the city ...