Travel Blogs from Sant Cugat
... we found a compromise: we switched to wine. 3. Thank God GPS works without internet - We got lost a fair bit - but fortunately the gps on my phone helped out (no carrier, no internet, but still works). Navigation was generally tough because I'm more used to North/South, East/West grid-style streets, whereas Barcelona seemed to have more of a zig-zag design (not sure if that's the official city planning term but that's what they should call ...
... side that represents the Crucifixion of Christ. Inside the church was some of the most beautiful glass windows I have ever seen in my life. The detail of Sangrad Familia was very precise and unique.
Another highight of Barcelona was being able to run in the sand and see the beach! Even if we couldn’t swim yet, being on the beach with friends was great. Lastly, the food was unreal. I had ...
... here and there and then a blob of colour or just one thin line randomly placed on a huge canvas. It made me so cross!! How could anyone be so sure of themselves? How could he just draw these thin lines and expect the viewer to fill in the details? It was just so confident and maybe I felt so the opposite at that time - not confident, not sure of myself, in the air and it made me mad! I guess I would also have liked to be so sure about life. So, there you go, if you ever want ...
Croatia (Pula-Umag-S..-Split-Hvar-Dubrovnik-Spl it)
Macedonia (Lake Ohrid-Skopje)
... and bizarre, was an ocean sunfish! I have always wanted to see one of them. They are a pelagic fish which means they don't hang out at reefs and are in the open ocean and that's usually not where we dive so my chances of seeing one are not really great. So I was quite happy to see this weird fellow and there were two of them even. I took a lot of photos!
After the aquarium, we sit down on the steps and look at our brochure to see what else we want to ...