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Travel Blogs from Calella
... free, I have no time commitment, no expectation, just trying to find myself. I am still anxious with a presence of fear that I constantly keep buried as it would be easy to succumb to and it would spoil my journey. Ce la vie, for me right now. Staying in Barcelona another night, then Tuesday... Not sure, ce la vie, I'll be fine where ever I'll be. 21/04/14 I've spent the entire day ...
... weren't enough black people living in Calella...now there are! Caspar was dressed in dark green and was the best looking!
By the time the third king had passed, the kids' shopping bags were half full of sweets, but it wasn't over yet! Even more favourite than Caspar was the next float...Mickey and Minnie Mouse...not quite sure of the Xmas connection, but the float was blasting out pop music and the kids' enthusiasm was infectious. ...
... stools and meeting the many
people you sat with. No such thing as personal space, you touched every person
you sat beside and as the wait staff moved about, I had to lean over the table
to allow them to pass. They also would come to you, ask you to stand whilst
they moved your stool just a couple of inches one way to allow a ‘path’ through
the people. The atmosphere was infectious; everyone dang clapped and even found
small spaces ...
... of men and boys play soccer along the beach. The more amusing ones, would try to accomplish backward round kicks into the water. Not a surprise, we have only seen one American football on this trip and that was in Narbonne. We both braved the water at one point, sweeping our hands in front of us to clear the debris. The water was pretty warm, and once past the surf, it was very enjoyable. We relaxed for several hours, ...
... front of it but I think we made it. We did have a bit of quiet time in the Maritime museum though - huge building - if that ever got mobbed we'd have a problem, then a wander back through town and lots more sights till we had to give up and get a Metro ride for three stops back to the hotel. It must have been a full day as my phone battery was down to 10% and all I did all day was take pictures.
Only another three days to go here - it's harder work than cycling up the hills! ...
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