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... nearly closed he was the most pommy dude ever and he kept calling his mate a geezer, just a ****** up dude. After here we get a cab home and this is where **** gets interesting. Apparently baz had a shower came back and I was in bed just out of it. Next thing I remember I am in a random stairwell and I have no idea where I am, walk up a bunch and realise I am on the roof, I need to do a **** so bad so I just do it in the stairwell. I begin the ...
... to our amazing apartment with some epic naps immediately following
- Watching people stack on the Spanish TV....seriously, people stacking at a festival in town. Think 8 levels of people (men, women, and children) standing on each others shoulders. Yes, that's 8 levels high!
- Our first Tapas dinner at a local joint after much needed long naps with a few beers and a pitcher of ...
... so I was able to enjoy her excellent cooking and great conversation about following your dreams, which we are both doing.
Yesterday I finally got all the way to lovely Old El Centro, where all the charm (and tourists are.
Today I got into the Metro Tunnel and was promptly shooed
out as emergency workers rushed by; apparently someone had fallen on the
tracks. I am unsure if that is a regular
occurrence. I haven’t ...
... and had so much fun with them he got a tattoo of koala. He then proceeded to pull the neck of his tee shirt across his shoulder to reveal this massive koala tattoo across one side of his chest! Not really what we were expecting in Spain.
Our days were spent exploring Barcelona, spending our first day getting orientated and learning a little history by taking the hop on, hop off tourist bus we then set off to explore each day, meandering the gorgeous streets admiring ...
... 75 cents. We may have looked ridiculous but it worked! We also decided not to buy sunscreen because a travel size bottle was 10 euros... way too expensive. Safe to say we are extremely sunburnt, but it was totally worth it. The beaches were beautiful. The water was so blue and the sun was warm with a perfect breeze. The best part was that in Spain, sea glass hunting isn't a thing so we found tons of beautiful pieces ...