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... so beautiful. (I no pictures of this since I forgot my camera, but I am sure to be back soon to explore this area more!) Today is the first day of class, which at first was kind of hectic because I didn't realize that there was a meeting instead of actual classes for incoming students in the arts faculty, but thankfully I was not alone in this boat, and got to meet a few more people. Well, I must be off to my second class - or whatever it turns out to be…wish me ...
... rationalisations applied I decided to skip a fairly uninteresting and stress part of the journey yesterday and catch the train from North of Barca down to Tarragona (how ****in cheap is rail travel in Spain? Ask me?......Go on. I'll tell you if you do). Effectively then after a tear jerking farewell to Maarten at Blanes I hopped aboard the coastal train and arrived in Tarragona just in time for tea....and was welcomed into the ample bosom of my good friend ...
... train and we had about 40 minutes for the Tarragona train after buying tickets (€7.05 for singles) so as it was international "Talk like a pirate day" we went to the Ars Cafe (gettit?) to wait.
A short time later we were on thew train to Tarragona, (standing room only, again) arriving at the city station about 65 minutes later, although note that there are two main stations and a variety of journey times, with the fastest arriving at the Camp de Mars station which is ...
... of the time I'm here, and for the summer, and for what's to come next fall.
I am so blessed and thankful for what God has been doing with my life, and I cannot wait to see how everything unfolds in theses upcoming months. I've been finding the positives in everything, and wake up thanking God, and saying, "Life is good."
[The good life is one inspired by ...
... Smoke, fire, drums, monsters. What better way to spend the evening. I'd have liked to have been a drummer but I would really have liked to be a fiery demon. Great fun and an opportunity for the youngsters to experience some of the excitement and adrenaline of the adult version. Don't be fooled though - it is all very controlled and the safety of the participants is paramount. It's just that it's done with the minimum of fuss and the responsible adults only intervene when ...