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... in a back room. We reached the market after 5:00pm, in fact more like 5:30pm, some of stalls were already closed and others starting to close. Our intended stall had closed, one we would have to miss as the market is closed Sunday and by Monday we will be starting our journey home. The stalls that were open had an amazing variety, vibrant colours, smells and the normal clamour of a market. Wandering around the perimeter on our initial examination ...
... Sagrada Familia which is pretty amazing given that it's been in construction for over 120 years and still going. Might try and get a look inside tomorrow. Did lunch with the tour near the beach which like everywhere else was packed! Finished off the arvo with a walk and some beers on the waterfront and dinner (the most Amazing squid/fish/octopus ceviche and brilliant fish taco's)
Monday 20/7 - Shawn did a run today down las Ramblas out ...
Buying a bootleg jersey from a street vender in Barcelona gave me insight on a portion of the population and their everyday struggle. I would walk by the pier near the Columbus Monument and I’d see venders every day. There were rows and rows of large African men. Their clothing was tattered and unkempt and was obviously second hand. Their hair was an array of styles ranging from dreadlocks and cornrows to nappy braids and smooth bald heads. ...
... the monastery, we headed towards the basilica. The basilica is relatively new in the grand scheme of basilicas in Europe. It was built in the 1860s as the original one had been destroyed by Napolean's Army in 1811-1812. I had read that Montserrat in general can be consumed by crowds of people so we were thankful that while there were plenty of people, it was not overwhelming- not like the streets of Barcelona. Billy kept commenting that the entire place was like being on the set of ...
... us. It didn't open until 8:00. Being a high quality place, we thought this would be a good place to try paella. And more wine. It was delicious. Here we met two Swedish sisters and had a lovely conversation after dinner. We each had drunk our own half liter of wine and we were quite cheerful. We all hugged and set off for home. 11:00and the streets were packed. Wall to wall. It took 25 minutes to get back and the crowds were everywhere. So much fun. Ken Begin forwarded ...