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Hi, it’s green! This summer, or winter in the south hemisphere, I went to visit my family who live in Santiago, Chile (I wrote a few posts on Santiago if you haven’t read them yet). I stayed there for about 2 months. My family likes tourism within the country they live in- to get to know the place they live in a little bit more, so we decided to visit probably the second most popular location in Chile after the Easter Island, Atacama Desert. The Atacama Desert is in the north of Chile, in bordering with Peru and Bolivia (some tour companies can take you to Bolivia’s famous Uyuni Salt […]
Hello, I am green. 6 o’clock in the morning, I head to Pl. Catalunya station. Today I’m headed to Figueres, the birth city of the famous Catalan artist, Salvador Dali. A few months before coming to Barcelona, I went to an art exhibition of his works in Tokyo, so I was very excited to go to his actual museum. Figueres is about 2 hours by train from Barcelona. A few minutes walking from the station of Figueres, there’s a plaza with an anthropomorphic statue and behind it, a white building with impossible-to-describe looking details and figurines. In bright, gold letters, “Teatre Museu Dali” (Dali Theatre Museum). This is the main […]
Hello, I am green again. Continued from Art in Barcelona, Spain (1) The first place a tourist would head to in Barcelona would probably be Passeig de Gracia. It could be described as a smaller version of the Champs-Elysées in Paris. There’s many restaurants and shops, but the main attraction is Antoni Gaudi’s Casa Batlo and Casa Mila (by the way, the beautiful lamp posts on this street were also designed by Gaudi). Due to budget issues, I was only able to go to Casa Mila (the entrance fees are slightly expensive, around 22 euros per house). Casa Mila is a house designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi. The […]
This is green. This spring break I went to Barcelona, Spain to do things I didn’t get to do when I used to live there during my high school years. I was there for 2 weeks and I stayed in my friend’s apartment. Most of my trip was me visiting museums and sketching in tourist attractions. I apologise in advance for the quality of the photos, I didn’t take a camera with me so they were taken with my phone. The balcony at my friend’s apartment. People in Catalunya love balconies so almost all houses/apartments have balconies (according to my dad, a house without a balcony doesn’t sell here). Also, […]