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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... south for the rest of our backpacking trip. We have been couchsurfing in Sitges for the past 5 days. We have hosted couchsurfers in our home before, however this was our first time being hosted. This has been a one of a kind experience. When we say couchsurfing, we do not mean literally sleeping on a couch. lol. We have our private bedroom in a beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 story house. We were so blessed to have been hosted by Imme and her 2 sons, Jan and Marcel. Imme ...
... during the whole journey. Her mum said that she was pretty well behaved but was hoping she'd be tired because they were at a wedding the night before. I fell asleep while Nadzha and Jasmine enjoyed the scenery. Southern France is so beautiful. I love how I can just fall asleep anywhere. It's better than being grumpy from lack of sleep. On the opposite side there were a group of guys travelling together. They were playing cards till they fell asleep. In between our ...
... buying the seafood he would use in the Paella later. We then moved onto another bar where we were welcomed with Sangria (as much as you can drink) and trays full of delicious bits and pieces to make your own tapas. He explained how they make them traditionally, then let us go nuts and use our own creativity with the food. We feasted on bread, cheeses, salami, chorizo, jamon, pickles, olives, patats bravas (fried potatoes with hot sauce), roasted peppers and ...
Sunny day in Sitges, which is a pretty groovy place - Spain's equivalent of Brighton, a nice place with lots of nice boys. Well actually they aren't boys any longer, many of them have rather let themselves go, surprising in a gay chap.
We had a very nice first golf game for this trip at 4pm, so we enjoyed the late afternoon sunshine. Don very kindly humoured Zena by letting her beat him, something which couldn't possibly have happened had he ...
... is stored are 22 square acres with 80 cellars. The older caves are 20 metres deep and the newer ones are 35 metres underground. They have 550 employees working 3 shifts 5 days a week and the caves can store a couple of million bottles. It is a family run operation. Their symbol, a boy with a cava bottle under his arm is from an actual story...a child of one of the employees used to come through the winery every day and once pinched a bottle and put it ...