6.15.2009

Died and gone to heaven

Not really, but I am enjoying life in Barcelona that much. Being out and about, soaking up both the Mediterranean sun and culture is producing one bad side effect however. I'm not blogging, Twittering, or using Facebook. My virtual presences has, if not ceased, than at least taken a long holiday. When it is finally resurrected, however, don't let me forget to blog about the naked cyclist I saw riding the streets of Barcelona the other day. If only I had my camera with me!

11 comments:

Claire said...

Brilliant!

Cxx

oreneta said...

Good you are loving it so much, but I would have LOVED a photo of a naked cyclist! No camera phone even?

Paige Jennifer said...

I think a Mediterranean summer is good enough reason as any to be quiet in the blogosphere. Soak it in, lap it up - and then come back in the fall and tell us EVERYTHING.

Charlotte said...

So, so, so glad you're happy. I think Barcelona is a wonderful reward for the time you put in in the Pfalz - although you had fun there, it just wasn't fabulous enough for you! Barcelona, and its naked cyclists, clearly is.

Rositta said...

I think it was "cycle naked" day on Saturday as a whole group of them cycled down a Toronto main street...ciao

kenju said...

Somehow I knew that you would love Barcelona. It makes me happy to know I was right.

Connie said...

Glad to hear you are having such a lovely time. Yay! Summer!! Not so sure a naked cyclist gets a cheer, simply because I've ridden enough bikes to really not like the idea of being nude while doing so... but yay for weather warm enough for someone else to want to at any rate!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

A naked cyclist????? Details please :-)

Cairo Typ0 said...

Glad to hear you're enjoying your new home. :) I can't wait to hear about the naked cyclist!! :p

A Touch of Dutch said...

Enjoy!
And definitely don't forget to share eventually about the naked cyclist!

Snooker said...

Something just told me that you would settle into life in Barcelona much easier than your experience here in Germany. I'm really happy to hear it.