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Imogen and I had also purchased a football (soccer) guernsey for the Barcelona team which we noted along the trip that he wanted. To source the correct size we had told him in Barcelona that I would be buying one for my brother who was a similar size to him ;).
All packed up i was feeling a mix of excitement and nostalgia, it would be strange to travel on without Ruben and Mette who I had been with for 3.5 weeks.
... All the others quickly bundled their stuff into their sheets and disappear so quickly. Obviously the cops are on their way, they must have a way of communicating down the line to know when to pack up and when its safe to come back. Some poor girl about 5yrs old was getting her hair braided, she gets rushed off behind a bar, the woman who is doing it has her kids there too, the little boy of about 2 or 3 picks up the stool and rushes away too. Pretty cute but crazy having your ...
From Valencia I took a train to Malaga, on the south coast of Spain. There I met up with a mate from school, Elliott, and a few of his mates – Danesh, Danny and Gabriel. We had rented an apartment for the week for feria – Malaga's annual festival. Malaga is quite nice, but the festival itself is a joke. There is no main event/ceremony unifying the celebrations. Day ...
We woke up earlier today with sunny weather. Apparently it'll be a nice and hot day. FINALLY!! :) We had breakfast, got ready quickly and took off for Malaga again.
Today's main attraction is Alcazaba - It's the combination of buildings mostly from the 11th century: Palace and fortress of the Muslim rulers. The complex is very big and standing in the middle of the town with absolute presence. One step into ...
... At one point I am stuck and cannot move forward or back without risk of slipping. I ask the German behind me if I can hold onto his hand, and I take Johns in front. I do think had said german been anything of a gentleman, he would have already offered it to me. Just as I reach the safety of un muddy ground, the whole group of krauts behind me surge forwards, I catch a lady from falling, but the man who's hand I had held onto goes splat down more or less face first ...
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