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... supper on the Ramblas.
... a taxi to the Grenada airport where we will take a flight to Miami and to…Barcelona!
A funny thing is that the flight is full of students - apparently there is a pretty good University in Grenada - who are returning home to the US for Christmas... with their dogs. We watch which one we like the most. Ariana likes them all. They are all with their owners on the check in line and we are afraid that they will all be in the main cabin. They tell us they need ...
... to say that because he probably was a crazy) Him: No you're not. There is only one place setting at this table for two and I saw you come in. Me: Oh. Ok, so you are a stalker. Him: No, I'm not. I am actually here for work. I work for Chevron(oil company) Have been in Barcelona for a day. Came here for lunch. Me: Oh, thats nice. It was nice of you to come over but I kinda wanted to eat alone. Him: Please forgive me. It wasn't my intension to disturb you. I have to ...
... off is pretty neat - that's really all I can say about flying. Otherwise I'm completely neutral. Regardless, there's only so long a person can do it before the whole process becomes a tedious and unnecessarily frustrating circus of the same old ****.
In a lame effort to demonstrate that mental arithmatic is still within my capacity, I just counted how many times I've been on an aeroplane since leaving Perth. If you include the different ...
... upkeep and finishing the construction of the building. Hmmmm. After exploring the famous church we walked spent the rest of the afternoon lazing around Barcelona's main park, waiting for 7pm to roll around and for the entertainment to begin! We joined a tour to see some of Spain's national dance - the Flamenco! In a tiny little bar with a stage at one end we enjoyed the performance of not only a male and female dancer but a live band as well. Cory and I settled in to ...