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... we visited 3 cities in Spain but only 1 of them actually calls them self Spanish. San Sebastián is part of Basque Country and Barcelona is part of Catalonia. 70% of Catalonians want to leave the Euro as they'd be better off leaving the dire straits Spain is in. It was only the other day 500,000 Catalan demonstrators linked arms to form a 250-mile human chain to push for independence.Obviously there is no way the Spanish government would approve the independence of Catalonia - if they ...
... in wind strength as the evening progressed but at 11pm the ship was still moving around a little and it was sometimes difficult to keep your balance. DAY 7 The wind had decreased by the morning and it was a lovely start to the day. We decided to have a swim in the Oasis pool at the very front of the ship. It was quiet and relaxing. During the course of the morning we cruised along the Tunisian coast and only six miles from one of their islands, which was ...
... us somewhat concerned about our flight back to Madrid which then connects to our flight to London. Will call the airline tomorrow to sort that out and at least link our tickets.
Flight went well – it’s only an hour. As we came in to land one had to wonder if we were going to land among the apartment buildings. We each had a window seat on the same side of the plan and had such a good long view of the city we may not need to ...
After yesterday's breakfast, this mornings breakfast as part of the conference wasn't nearly as sumptuous - no Portuguese tarts or creme brûlée for breakfast. David did however manage to charm the lovely Christina into arranging our poached eggs and toast. The next 3 hours didn't fly buy, but we managed to get through the lectures. A quick lunch at a typical Portuguese cafe (where fitting people and tables and chairs ...
... number of things you shouldn't say whilst being processed at an airport no matter how tired or irritated you are getting, and firstly this comment probably didn't translate too well, secondly it was a bit flippant and thirdly I hadn't added the contingency of crossing my fingers behind my back just in case it all went pear shaped....which of course it did. Like a magician pulls a rabbit from the hat the Security Officer produced a bottle of Lucozade from my bag which we had ...
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