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... in the heart of Everything. When the cab dropped my off, again I had to walk to find my way. This was going to be a little different this time though because I had GPS. Still confusing and difficult to navigate, I did find my flat, got the run down. I made a quick trip to the market to pick a few things up, while the hot water was heating up, came home, showered and slept. For the next 12 hours! 60; ...
... me really realise how lucky we are with our Australian beaches!! So we had more tapas and went on a hunt for churros. Considering they were from Spain they were incredibly hard to find and when we finally did found that once again Australia did it better! There wasn't much to do in Barcelona it was mainly the atmosphere that made it but my lasting impression was that Australia is super lucky with what we have. We have the best of all ...
... 500 and gave us all a scare).
This place is nothing like we had ever expected, but it is
still fun to be tourists in a totally different world, and to experience such a
drastic cultural shock. John loves cross cultural and linguistic challenges
while I and Tom are very stressed by it all! :o) The kids are tired and miss
their life in Israel, so there is not much joy (YET!), but we’re on the move!
... asked him if he would be interested in showing off his facilities to the 18 students in my "Environmental Issues of the Mediterranean" class – he enthusiastically agreed. Yesterday he and his group devoted their whole day to taking carbon dioxide measurements with my students and teaching them the importance of taking careful measurements.
JosepAnton and his colleagues came to the ship ...
... there was no one else seated in the four-seat location I was sitting, and I had a window seat. Although I was dozing at times, it was great to zip by the pastoral fields and small houses, watching people starting their days. I was also watching the speed of the train, and it never got over 255 kmH.
On arrival at Milano Centrale, the place was a “zoo” as usual, with hundreds (if not thousands) of people all moving in different directions. ...