Category Archives: Beaches

The alluring Calella de Palafrugell and Josep Pla

When a naive blogger -like me- decides to devote a bunch of posts to one of his favorite writers, a bunch of problems arise. First and foremost: In order to produce those posts, the blogger usually reads and re-reads tons … Continue reading

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The wonderful multiverse of Aiguablava (Costa Brava)

Two years ago I blogged about a charming corner of the Mediterranean Sea called Aiguablava, and entitled that thing “Aiguablava: Mediterranean anti-matter”. I don’t usually review my old posts, but the other day I stumbled upon that one, I read its … Continue reading

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Pals and the beach of Pals (Costa Brava)

This post has just seven words …  

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The Ruins of Empúries (Costa Brava)

Empúries (originally called “Emporion”, meaning “trading place” in Greek) was a colony founded by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. A few centuries later came the Romans, and they liked so much the place, that they decided to include … Continue reading

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S’Agaró and its coastal path (Costa Brava)

Traveling trough the Milky Way Galaxy is quite an interesting experience. You can visit other planets and other moons. But, to be sincere, space travel has some disadvantages too. Normally, you don’t meet interesting people out there, because most of … Continue reading

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Winter in Barcelona

Winter season. Barcelona. It is really hard to write anything under the freezing conditions of Barcelona’s winter. This post is going to be extremely brief. My finger was so cold I could barely take these photos: (Aquest solejat post està … Continue reading

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Salvador Dalí (Part 2): Inspiration

Inspiration: “The action or power of moving the intellect or emotions” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) Today I am dealing with the power that moved the intellect and emotions of a genius. Salvador Dalí’s first source of inspiration was his beloved wife Gala … Continue reading

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