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SLACK is the word that come to mind when I think of this BLOG.......It's not that nothing has happened to us, much has happened, but time to sit and write has evaded us, at least untill now!!
Since we left Estonia over three months ago we have been on the move, every night a different bed (perhaps a new patch of grass is more fitting), every day a new town, and every few weeks a new country. When we were not pedaling our bikes, pitching ...
... it is recommended you park and catch the Cremallera de Monserrat. I know it sounds delicious, but it is really just a railway that takes you up the mountain to the monastery. Not for the faint of heart I might add, as the Cremallera goes straight up the mountain with a sheer cliff on one side. Don't sit next to the window if you are afraid of heights!
Montserrat the monastery sits in an odd formation of rock ...
... through the Stations of the Cross, represented with individual pieces of artwork along the route. It was then time to head back down the mountain and catch our train back to Jamie's ready for our journey to the Nou Camp. After keeping ourselves entertained on the train by playing the name game, we arrived in Barcelona for the main event. We followed the crowd to the Nou Camp, which was a sight befitting to their status as one of the leading football clubs in the world - ...
... stalls but it was pretty hard going in the wet. Figueres is located north east of Barcelona and close to the French border. Even though we didn't have a map, you can't get lost as the museum is signposted all the way from the train station until you find it. Stopped for a quick lunch and more cups of espresso, we were ready for the museum. Sure enough, Dali ...
this trip is highly educational... here are a few things i´ve learned from my fellow adventurers. 1. your knee will attempt to fight a non existant infection if you´ve been walking around too much. so all the blood and assorted liquid rushes to the area which isn´t actually infected or hurt and it swells all liquidy and grose thus pushing on nerve endings causing annoying pain. it is cured by injesting anti inflematories such as advil. gels are however not ...