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... passing traffic. ... It's now 9.59 pm. We went out to Parrots and watched the world go by. We ended up meeting up with a couple who Pudd's friend Craig knew, David and Stephen. They're Scottish but live in Sitges and seem to be very interested in the local real estate market. They gave us some advice about where to buy here and said they'd be happy to look at places for us after we leave town. Very handy for yes and they seem like nice guys. We them went ...
The fierce monster of the marshes that is the Cucafera of Tarragona is one of the best-loved of local creatures, rivalling the marvellous Mulassa. She is part tortoise, part horse and part dragon and legend has it that she was dangerous to humans until she was tamed by a young princess. She has a daughter too who often appears when children are involved in cultural events.
Last year, La Cucafera applied to take part in the Baixada de ...
... link, chicken on a bone, lamb, a baked potato, and a grilled artichoke (one of each for each person) with some white beans. You'll be happy to know that I tried the sausage (a little bit) and then had the potato with the vegetables. For dessert, they served creme brûlée, which was also really good. I've never had this before either. This was a kind a restaurant that I have never seen or heard of before and it was such a great experience. We feasted here ...
... the Roman remains are Tarragona's main archaeological claim to fame, this site includes partly Roman interior walls and more recent exterior walls, built during the war of Spanish Succession. The 'passeig' is the path that runs between the two. It is peaceful and well preserved and complemented by attractive trees, shrubs and flowers. The site is linear and so you get to see it all from both sides if you walk to the end and back.
We'd had a text from James and ...
... had already started by the time we arrived and there was already a lively atmosphere.
There were two bands on the programme, La Troba de Kung-Fu [http://www.latrobakungfu.net/ ] and Bongo Botrako [ http://www.bongobotrako.com/ ] La Troba Kung-Fu were blasting out some rumba-based stuff, albeit with a definite 21st century flavour and generally getting the crowd warmed up (it wasn't cold) and some time after midnight Bongo Botrako came on stage to entertain us with some Catalan reggae and ska.