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The intensity and concentration of the race soon faded as we transitioned to holiday mood, relaxed our concentration and felt the pain in our quads gradually diminish. The group split up, some to return home to family and work, and those of us with more time, Terry, Dave and I to meet our wives and significant others (Cathy, Irene and Meggie) plus Adrian and Vada in Barcelona and continue in a more holiday style - a ...
... and today was pretty tame. We even had time today for some relaxation! The first two days we stayed in Madremanya. Near the church where, yes, the bells chimed all night long every 15 minutes. We've seen medieval villages a bunch, and toured the castle that Salvador Dali bought for his wife. After she was established there, she required him to get written permission from her to ...
This part of the blog is going to be quite short in comparison, why? Not because things didn't happen, but that just today it was more a matter of experiencing those moments without having to always think about capturing them. This is more of a 'lessons learned' as summary of today and the whole trip, so here I go: 1. There are more than two places with the same name, don't just assume that the one you put in the sat nav will guide you to your chosen destination. 2. If you miss ...
Oh no, rain. That's how the day started off but what wonderful luck we had in that the clouds decided to part and from 11am the sun was beaming for our day of exploring Girona. Breakfast was consumed at a lovely little cafe not far from the old town (funny story coming later re: the location). As we consumed our fresh orange juice we marvelled at the living tree that had been planted to the right of us. Once we had filled our bellies, we moved on to locate the tourist information. ...
... made, let's go to Llafranc. Despite an off-putting 1.5 hour drive, we did make the trip and it saved the day. On route I must admit I saw the most haunting playground, put it this way, there was a zip slide with a monkey attached and a giant elephant with no use apart from looking like it had just been frozen from a touring circus. Creepy clown heads and unrelated shiny characters completed the playground set that was wedged in-between ...