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... which was located walking distance from the beach. After essentially inhaling our dinner buffet because we were all so tired and hungry from the day, we spent the night hanging with friends from the program. The next morning, we woke up and headed to the Castells museum. The Castells are a culturally specific tradition based in Catalan. They are recreational cheerleaders essentially who have for decades built these massive human towers at cultural festivals around Catalonia. Because of ...
... by Flamenco show, Lion King, Shrek show, The Beatles to name a few. After this, there would be dancing for all join in.
The temps were hot, hot, hot and dry every day. Casey and I enjoyed runs along the ocean front each day while Sean enjoyed a few walks along the same promenade.
Sean even managed to watch a game of Hurling at a local Irish pub between Cork and Kilkenny, and knew there would be smiling faces in the Dineen household with ...
Well, this is all a lot easier than the last time I did this kind of thing 7 years ago thanks to a satnav on my iPhone and EU data roaming for a fiver a day from 3! Everything gone pretty smoothly so far, bike boxed up last night, got a final few bits and bobs today and said goodbye to Ellie, got a lift to the station from Martin with my box and my pannier ...
in Tarragona is market day! “Tom” directed us to “a car park
in the city centre” and, yes you guessed, it was the one under the
big, big market on “Las Ramblas”. We got past it though and
Tarragona really does have it all. Las Ramblas is a lovely avenue.
There's a Roman amphitheatre on the sea front, there's a lovely
(Roman and onwards) old town, a nice sandy beach. Oh, and ...
popped in to Cambrils for our overnight stop as a means of “doing”
Tarragona, a little way North. We weren't here very long but it was
nice enough. The boss of our campsite took pity on me and let me use
his car wash to get 4000 kilometres of dirt off my motor for no
charge and we had a walk into town ...