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Another Aspiring Artista!

A sunny weekend and an invitation to a  Catalan family picnic north of Sabadell. While some played futbol and later jumped rope,
I spent an hour sharing my watercolor palette and prowess with young Amanda, an enthusiastic four year old.
Her first watercolor experience and surely not her last!

Sharing the love of color!

Spent time in beautiful southern Spain and delighted in pulling out my travel paint set and letting my friends Abraham and his brother Benjamin express their creativity through watercolor. It brings the kid out in all of us!

The Magic Fountain

There is a wondrous relic from 1929 still delighting Barcelona, la fuente mago – the Magic Fountain. Created for the World Exposition, it is a multi-tiered water dance with lights, colors and music – choreographed sprays and cascades dancing to the music. It was created LONG before computerization – so I often wonder if there was a hidden fellow behind a curtain “playing” it, much like the Wizard in Oz. It is truly a classic “tourist” delight – and us locals love it also. What a romantic setting!

The Great Cheap Red Wine Challenge

Fun way to practice languages while enjoying a day in the park, sampling over 24 bottles of red wine under 5 Euros – (About $6 U.S.) There are Meetups all over the world – the next time you travel, look here to   and meet some locals and new folks! www.meetup.com

Sampling red wine in the park with 24 world travelers

A Breezy Walk on the Beach

Nudity is not against the law here – so the bold and hopefully sunscreened few are often seen biking or beachcombing.

Barcelona’s Camp Nou

High energy crowd at the Copa del Rey

First live European soccer game at Camp Nou – woohoo

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