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... of the 200 (SO glad i wasn't last ) it was my turn. Slivia (the mom), Joan (the dad - pronounced like 'Joanne'), Carla (12), Gisela (8). And english teacher from the school came to pick me up (on a saturday! - how nice) Anyway! the whole family were very friendly - on the form it said they speak 'english'...hmm... well they do speak english words yes..but sentences not so much. Yet still you could understand they were very happy to see me and have me around which ...
... as though they would be crowded in summer. The inland area of the Plitvice Lakes was also beautiful, although some parts were flooded due to their massively wet summer. I don't think it's a particularly rich country but not poverty-stricken either. Slovenia was nothing like I expected. It is only small (2 million inhabitants) but has big mountains and impossibly beautiful lakes, with vistas just like a Swiss village. Ljubljana is a lovely city and the country looks prosperous. ...
... our way back to the airport early and once we arrive in Alicante by plane have to somehow find our way to the La Manga resort to meet up with my cousin and auntie and uncle. This is the hardest part of our trip, owing to lack of information on Spanish bus and train services. Let's hope it all works out. After that we meet up with friends to spend five days before taking a train to Madrid and beginning the long haul back to NZ. This time next week we will be in Madrid.
Getting around Barcelona is so much easier than I thought it was going to be. Not physically easy ( a bloody big hill is still a bloody big hill ) but it seems that where I am staying is fairly central, and once I've walked the 15 minutes to the nearest metro, the whole of the city is only a few stops away. I had thought that the first place I had decided to visit, Park Guell, was miles away in the hills on the outskirts of the city. It turned out to be a 10 minute ...
Started our Barcelona tour at 1:00PM where we were driven through and then behind / above the city which provided a great perspective of what was viewed as being a very clean modern city. We were then shown some fantastic buildings designed by architect Gauci including a massive church in the old Gothic Centre of ...