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... the other part won.) In a group of around 20 of us, with our leader Laura, we frequented three very different Tapas bars- Txirimiri, which served a number of different pintxos lined up along the bar (I tried the crab and one with a tradition Catalonian sausage and pepper); Segons Mercat where we were presented with a number of different Tapas dishes (patatas bravas, chorizo, tomato on bread and croquettes, all of which were delicious) and Ca ...
... money paid was not worth the few hours saved. The price of my flight was around $5500 return which is quite cheap considering the great service you get through qantas this would be a good option for a school group because there is plenty of on board entertainment.
I then had a four hour stop at Dubai airport which was a bit long, but that was made easier by ...
... dinner. Meal was delicious but service was not so good. Argued with them for 15 minutes about a plate they never brought out. Funny how in USA customer is always right but not in Spain, Chef is always right. Well they finally gave in and took it off the bill and allowed us to pay and leave. Then it was time form more ice cream, team meeting, card games and then hopefully sleep.
Back to trainings tomorrow morning! Check back for more adventures!
... for wear. I really did want that extra week of learning Spanish before Linda T arrives to be that much more fluent but did not take into account all the changes/paces I was putting myself through with new reverse working schedule, new time zone, new diet, new country, new home....This means I will have to probably work through a lot of the weekend to catch up as I've needed to catch more shut eye as I adjust to the changes my body is going through.
... seafood Luke got chicken. It was my first time trying a mussel, won't be doing that again in a hurry. Yuk. But delicious prawns. Accompanied by our first sangria! The next day we went to see La Sagrada Familia which was started by Gaudi in 1882 and they still haven't finished it... Why not is beyond me but they say it'll be completed in 2026!! It's just a huuuuge church. It's impressive, but hurry up already!! We took another walk down La Rambla and found some ...