Monthly Archive: February 2017

Trains to Sitges go from platforms 9 and 10 2

The final curtain …

Having our final drink last night in bar Pic-Nique, we were entertained by the music playing in the background with a very famous song, but sung in Spanish. I have to confess to laughing...

Even the Brits have a float - everyone joins in 0

Carnival Parade Day

Since today is our last day in Sitges we took a leisurely time to rise and ablute this morning. Having done so we decided to walk into town for a look around (this is...

Trump is disliked and ridiculed by the Spanish from every part of society 5

What a difference a day makes

Captain Clarke and I arose this morning – me having had a fairly disturbed night with a variety of noisy interruptions, him having slept through it. I decided that, after yesterday’s foul weather, I...

A bleak outlook from Sitges seafront 0

Oh my legs!

Now, you’ve heard people say, “Oh, my days”, well I have a new one, “Oh, my legs”. I awoke this morning with a little stiffness – I don’t think I can put it down...

The Sagrada Familia with the new arch 2

No Doris here

You will not care one bit, but there has been no storm Doris here. That said, when Captain Clarke and I arose this morning we discovered that the sky was a little overcast. For...

San Sebastian beach on a gloriously sunny morning 4

A fine day for a stroll

Now, I don’t like to complain (well, actually I do!) but this holiday is getting dangerously close to being healthy! You see, it’s like this … in the morning Captain Clarke and I rise...

A thing of sheer beauty 0

A Very Happy Day

We awoke this morning a little later than planned. This may have had something to do with imbibing a scotch you could swim in, a bottle of the cheapest rosé money can buy, a...

Eurostar 1

A Rude Awakening

In the early hours of this morning a strange feeling stirred within me and awoke me from my slumber. That strange feeling was, of course, Rudy awakening once again. And so, at 06:00 hours,...