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... was part of Basic Training was that
I was unable to appear or attempt to be self-reliant, insulated, or otherwise
self-protective. And though independence is necessary for this solo travel,
real connections and integration also involve receiving and vulnerability. It
was difficult for me to receive my host Susana’s graciousness while having a
sick guest. Took me right to the end of my stay to realize she ...
... found it, waited at the wrong one, and eventually found my way to the right one. The day was beautiful and I was surrounded by Spanish speakers, so I didn't mind. I made my way up to Parque Guel, a lovely park that has intense views of the city once you make it to the top. I hiked up, took out my camera, and realized that I had forgotten my SD memory card.
I felt my mother's heart break a little back at home, because being a ...
... rehearsing which was a bonus!). Performers who play here say how they worry they will be distracted throughout their performance, and you can see why! The theatre is actually smaller than what I had expected, and even the stage on its own is lavish, adorned with busts and figures of different artists, and columns throughout laced with floral artistry. Even the interval hall is a sight to be seen, with the positioning of the beautiful mosaic columns on the balcony outside creating colour ...
... met up with the two boys in the hostel bar for a drink and planning before going back to our rooms to get ready. Upon going back to our room we found our latest roommate to be a really nice Canadian girl who is studying in France and having a weekend in Spain by herself. We gave her a 5min warning to get ready before we had to leave and she was in! We met the boys back in the bar and set out to find some Paella, this turned out to be a bit harder than we thought. Upon leaving ...
... cooking. The food was worth every Euro, the alcohol was cheap and the Crepe for desert hit the spot. But it was the lights and the nightlife which really hit the spot. With every street hanging a different set, and every twist revealing a different colour, Barcelonas cold still night is lit up with explosions of colour and a vibe of excitement for the oncoming ...