“No tenemos conocimiento de que viva nadie, sí de la existencia de construcciones”, asegura un portavoz municipal. Neither will they surely have noticed the far greater numbers of people living in shanties and mud along the other bank of the river – the same pattern is to be found along chunks of the Llobregat, and in other interesting places. Some Czech bloke must have written something about people who do live where they don’t, and others who apparently don’t where they do. Another triumph for internationalist socialism.
- Sex tours, anyone?
Fortunately not all the requests I get at follow the baldie are this interesting:
I and my female companoin propose to visit Spain in summer of 2007.We wan to see the following:
1.The popular sites in barcelona during day and night.
2.Nude stage shows where we can see interactive session between male and female and gays.
- The Tory Scumbank
How to fund Jeremy Corbyn’s “people’s QE” without killing off the Bank of England and destroying the British economy.
- Foundry extension near Castellbisbal
This is Celsa‘s bigger, badder steel recycling plant on the Castellbisbal side of the Llobregat, taken from the train on the way back from this wine tasting tour. You’d have to be quicker than me to get the satanic flames flickering inside. It makes me think of James Nasmyth‘s visit to Vesuvius in 1842 since …
- Top 10 Catalan cities
An example of the complete bollocks with which travel sites think you’ll be satisfied is to be found on Travelcreek, which tells us that:
Gerona is the second largest city in the province of Catalunya after Barcelona and is dissected by the Onyar river.
Leaving aside the fact that Catalonia isn’t a province, Girona hasn’t been …