Tears of Joy

I am back from Spain now. A wonderful country but don’t know why it starts crying with happiness each time I land there. Not just on the first day but also on subsequent days it doesn’t want to stop shedding its tears of joy. 🙂

This joyous cry results in a gloomy and gray atmosphere with pale opportunity of good photos.

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A city scene in Barcelona with Hop-on-Hop-off tourist bus in front of a gorgeous old building.

These tears don’t dampen my spirits. I explored many historical churches, castles, museums; not to mention the beaches, the street life and the local cuisines. One thing I hate about Spain is that it feeds me so well with its delicious delicacies that I always return with a few KGs more. *Sigh*

On the positive note, besides doing all that I have mentioned above, I went to see a spiritual mountain, interviewed a monk, captured the essence of pure Catalan folk dances, window shopped on the longest shopping street in Europe, fallen in love with Segway, learnt a few words of Spanish, visited a salt mine … and so on.

The list is very long but in short, I have brought you lots of stories with ample photos. 🙂
Yo estoy feliz. 😀
Stay tuned.

My trip to Spain was in partnership with the Tourism Office of Spain, Barcelona Tourism Board, Catalan Tourist Board, Swiss International Airlines (SWISS) and the Board of World Heritage Cities of Spain.

8 thoughts on “Tears of Joy

  1. Beautiful! When I read the title I thought you were happy to get back to India 🙂

    Waiting to hear more about your ‘escapades’ 😉

  2. Spain is a great place to visit. Lots of great places to see, and yeah the food is simply awesome. Don’t worry about the extra kg’s — it’s okay to indulge every now and then! 😉

  3. Hope you got to visit La Rambla.. Have been there last january and Barcelona was great.
    Next time if you visit it try to visit Girona (an hour and half away via train)

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