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... here. Let me tell you Bareclona beach at 6am on a Saturday morning means drunken party peeps still out from Friday night. Unlike yesterday morning where we saw old naked men folk, this morning we had 5 young fine specimens of the male variety strip butt naked. I mean, I was just trying to do push-ups and then POW. I promise Pete, I did not sneak a peak ;) butt naked chicks, a girl throwing up in the outdoor shower while man friend held back her hair, disco beats, ...
We then went to our apartment, and then went to bed at 20 to four, because of jet lag. Our body thought it was about four in the morning.
Today, the 23rd of March, we went to the bakery to buy some croissants for breakfast. Next we went to the waterfront, and saw the statue of Columbus. We then visited the Barcelona Cathedral, which was amazing. After that, we went to the local market, which consisted of lots of individual stalls, with ...
... winning! Actually that's probably only half true again really. The tourist bus has a set route, so to go to our destination we had to take the whole route just to get to there. And it was pretty much our second time on that route in as many days. If we thought hearing about tourist sights in the smooth calming voice of recoded British dude, it had nothing on listening to it the second time. All up, it took around an hour and a half to make it back into the centre ...
... the beach and 1 coming towards use.
So we had to wait for about 45 mins plus just to get on the cable car for a journey of maybe about 7/10 mins.
The annoying part of waiting was the long queue and the wait under the hot sun. I think my head was starting to burn at one point with no hat and there was barely any shade. Was great to catch sun but not that great under the hot weather.
When we got inside the ...
... care. This sort of apathy reminded me of the lull American politics sometimes falls into. But what distinguished this apathy from its American counterpart is that it was more widespread and more hollow. When people said in Portugal they didn’t care about politics or know anything about what was going on they meant it. Usually in America, even if most people will only vote during presidential elections, a lot of people know significant things about ...