Mas del Puig
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... I wasn’t that psyched about it initially, but it provided some good snapshots. We had to say goodbye to our Makis, as we were getting up for an early flight. I’ve discovered farewells are like bandaids – the quicker your rip it off, the better.
On Thursday, Laura and Julie and I spent the whole day in transit. We left Santorini at 0930 and got into Sitges in Spain at around dinner time. Our place is a mix between ...
... and fruit while we walked the stalls. So much great food!!! We were tempted to get some but need to use cards not cash, so we went to a supermarket. Time to stock up on iron rich foods... Anaemia is rearing is ugly head, letting us know that Nutella on bread is not good enough to have for breakfast lunch and dinner, with the odd exception of one real meal when we can get it. Black bean wraps with mushrooms, spinach and Edam cheese for dinner/ lunch/ breakfast ...
... Needless to say, they go out very late here. This night we didn't get back until 6am. Went to a club called Shoko and it was INSANE. So much fun... we danced the night away and also got in for free. We got into VIP for free as well too and had some fresh fruit (probably we rent supposed to do that but yo lo) and met some cool Americans. Also met a huge group of Italians that were very cool as well. One of the sweetest things about this bar was that its located on the beach ...
... t help you enough (especially when they realised we were working from an old map someone had given us and it had all changed). They were amused but we were exhausted!
The bus - hop on hop off.
The atmosphere of Barcelona.
How quickly we have adapted to the life here.
The tourist attractions.
We wandered La Rambala - and into a side alley we found a quaint little bistro where no English was spoken - we managed to work out ...
... I set out immediately to try and find organizations. My only success of the day was arranging a meeting with someone from the MS Foundation for the next morning. The other places I attempted were located in buildings with multiple office spaces where you need to ring the bell to get someone to let you in - poses a challenge when no one answers the bell or when the person who answers only speaks Spanish.
Once business hours were over, ...