Monasterio Santa Eulalia
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... in as many words (Spanish or otherwise), its tough **** that no-one else is learning anything and that I am close to infanticide.
My esteemed Mother, who taught Art for 40-odd years, would joke with her colleagues that some of the awful kids must have been 'miserable f&*ks' and this applies to Pablo, honey.I have no idea what his background is but for the two and half hours a week in which we share the same air its ...
... it re-enact the battle between the Romans and Carthaginians, when the Romans invaded this area while Hannibal was busy attacking Rome. It seems like the entire city takes part; we went to watch one of their processions and perhaps a thousand people in hundreds of different costumes marched past, with war drums and occasionally acrobatics performed by 'slaves'.
The attention to detail and effort that goes into this festival ...
... manage to bite in devious places (soles of feet and between fingers) has water in it all year round and also a huge statue of a fish poking through its surface.
There are teenagers riding around on motos and canoodling in parks, I even saw two bicycles on their sides by a bunch of bushes, their leaves shaking with canoodlations! There are well kept parks lined with white flowers and enormous cypress trees and others the roots of which Hobbits could take up residence in. ...
... br> north coast of Spain. New territory for us, and we did find a couple of decent
beaches away from the main coastal "resort" towns which are appalling places. You
would think you were on a different planet, and not just across the border from
France where they make an effort by using flowers to soften harsh streetscapes.
Spanish rural villages have at the very least a good sized
church (full of appallingly gruesome, and ...
... spray-painting my computer with Tinto del Verano.
When she did finally arrive to sign my contract my boss offered a scribbling of criticism that the flat I want is too expensive and that her mother is letting a property for the same price that is larger. 'Too little too late' springs to mind. Montse and I discussed her attitude on the way back to Valencia and she said she could go 'tocarte la figa' which roughly translates as her popping off to f%"k herself.