The baldie is fled, long live the baldie!

The business (basically a CRM database) passed into better hands in 2012. These materials remain here for cannibalisation and amusement.

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Blog posts tagged ‘Girona’

Beyond spacetime

Dimension inflation in Girona, Spain.

Posted by admin on Monday May 28th 2012 at 22:55. Comments Off on Beyond spacetime
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Free walk from Girona Airport to Riudellots train station

Filth, urban sprawl, prostitutes: what better way to recover from Ryanair? Here.

Posted by admin on Sunday May 13th 2012 at 15:57. Comments Off on Free walk from Girona Airport to Riudellots train station
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Old China, new Spain?

With a rather nice & interesting group (honest!) from PRC in a train in up-state Gerona: The train stops and is invaded by children in uniform who sit down and start singing militaristic-patriotic songs. I don't know if scouting was banned in China, but their Young Pioneers are not what they were. Check. Coming into […]

Posted by admin on Sunday April 8th 2012 at 10:04. Comments Off on Old China, new Spain?
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