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... loads of walks, clean hard standing and quite! Onwards on the 8th for a final stop in Spain at L'Ametlla again, no. Hange, cool and satisfactory! Now making tracks for either Le Boulou or Collioure, we shall see as it depends on the rain or no ...
... sell chestnuts, which are pretty good. Made it feel more like fall, or anticipation of the holidays.
And lastly, I found an article today on NPR about the human towers in Tarragona, so if you're interested in learning more, here you go! http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2014 /10/21/357822006/with-human-pyramids-ca talans-reach-for-independence?utm_campa ign=storyshare&utm_source=facebook. com&utm_medium=social
... many fireworks (that part was kind of scary, as it seemed to occur randomly throughout the day)! During the final days of the festival there were many people playing music in the streets, several human towers, people dressed as religious figures and as animals. Now you are probably wondering, what is this festival all about? I even had a hard time figuring this out by asking around, besides the fact that it is ...
... We've met some lovely people on our travels.
After a great sleep on one of the most comfortable beds and lovely breakfast we went off to do some more sightseeing. The gothic quarter and cathedral are amazing. Sat and had lunch sitting in the shade, facing the Cathedral, people watching (as usual) and listening to a classical guitarist. What a beautiful afternoon. Back on the bus to Villanova, delighted that the next day was a fast day - have eaten ...
... different variations in the human castle building events - some were "built" and then the whole castle moved en mass by foot to a pre-designated point For example from the cathedral to city hall down a steep winding road), while others that were typically much larger (50 people), were built and dismantled on the spot (no 'moving').
All over this small town ...