All days start like this.
The Honda twins.
I've communicated to Ian's wife Julie our intention to see El Bulli. It's 40 minutes by cab each way. Why shit, I could take a boat for that. Exactly. I might know a boat who could take you. And with that I am introduced to Michael. He has a boat for hire and will take us where we please. Karen's ankle is broken in two places, but you can't tell so much.
Special love to our friends Richard and Charlotte who own Oakland's Tip Top Bike Shop on this one.
It's the Mediterranean coast. It's fabulous.
This is where Salvador Dali lived. More on him later.
This is a great place for lunch.
We've yet to have any Paella, so we'll take it now.
Hey, this is El Bulli and it really does not look like much. Because it does not look like much.
Back in the boat.
Doug and Michael
Michael the pirate
Michael has decided that we're the coolest hires he's ever had, so he asks if we want to head over to the "sunset point" later in the evening with him and his wife, Monica. Well yeah, of course.
Doug and Karen as the sun goes down.
Sunset, one composition.
Sun setting behind my beer.
Sunset, second composition.
Sundown reflected in the marina.
Michael and Monica.