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Epilogue: Farm, Finca and Beach.
It’s November now. The leaves have nearly all blown off the trees, the clocks have gone back, the days are short and memory of warm sunshine and adventure and careless fun seems long ago. The pressures of work and responsibility have weaved their net once again and we are enmeshed in the pressures of daily living. What a first world problem! But it has prevented me from finishing this blog - ...
... 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 ...
... assistant discovered this when the couple behind passed through security. "No sir, you can't bring a bottle of wine in your hand luggage, even though you have nicely packaged up all your toiletries in a clear plastic bag. That's it, blog over and what an experience it was. Just remember that Girona is a lovely, expensive, rude, determined, delightful, plain and different place. If you can make your mind up and go after that ridiculous summary of words - good on you. Over and ...
... 40 sec explanation of the basic sites on Girona we began our journey to explore and walk the city wall - not before going around in a few circles first mind you. In doing this I did find a rather random looking man with a palm tree for a head and a monkey wrapped around the tree's trunk; maybe should of said it was painted on a wall. The views from the city wall after a steep climb were lovely, the clouds every weather station predicted were far in the distance circling the ...
... but was it our ideal destination? Cadaques in my own words is a 'bland', out of date tiny Spanish seaside resort. Vintage to some, plain boring to others. It wasn't long before we cut our losses and drove to the neighbouring town of Roses. The main aim of the day was to see some nice places, maybe sit on a beach, have a walk and eat some tasty fish. At the end of the day we got to do everything, but at 12.30am it seemed unlikely. A ...