I’m so tired this past couple of days. I got a lot of walking done. Sightseeing, not so much. I was not able to cover as many sites as I thought I could because I was easily distracted while walking. Let me show you some of the distractions that slowed down my progress.
Saw this shop inside Maremagnum, one of the newer shopping malls of Barcelona. I have to say, Women Secret seems more intriguing that Victoria Secret…
Came across this shop when I was walking to the Jaume I metro station in the morning. Don’t understand this name. Something like Wok Express would make sense to me, but… Wok To Walk? What does it mean anyway?
Seriously, I’ve not been in the clubbing scene since forever. I find this name amusing, but is DJ Yoda actually a really famous DJ?
I have a thing for streets. Especially European streets. To me, they always seem more lovely and civilized compared to our pothole ridden fest in Malaysia. I wouldn’t mind missing out on key attractions if it was caused by me wasting too much time admiring the streets.
What I particularly like is that the roads/streets here all have ample side lanes for pedestrian and bicycles. Barcelona is a relatively safe city to walk or cycle around.
graffiti street art seems to be around in every corner, giving the places additional touches of character.
Opening a Real Madrid store in Las Ramblas, in the heart of Barcelona, is akin to Najib opening a stall selling satay inside Mahathir’s home. I don’t need to say what will happen…
Tsk! I was actually trying to shoot the picture of the fountain, didn’t realize there was a tricycle rickshaw. And I most definitely did not realize the photobombing expert seated inside the rickshaw, until today when I was briefly trying to sort out my photos.
One thing Placa Catalunya manages to show me is how “open” this country really is. Here, can you identify what they are doing?
Makes me wanna go grab a girl from random and start kissing them as well… 🙄