Sunday, September 30, 2007

La prima en W.N.

Every time I go out with El Pintor, we meet some celebrity! Yesterday, we met Silvia Pantoja, a singer and a sister-in-law of Isabel Pantoja, a controversial Spanish VIP, who was recently arrested during some anti-corruption investigation. I almost forgot that we saw Silvia singing during the 2007 Pride party in Madrid. Well, she is not the best singer in the world, but it's kind of funny to meet these people with El Pintor, because I never know who is he talking about so when I ask for some details, I can practice my castellano.

Friday, September 28, 2007


Do androids dream of electric sheep? I think they more dream of this. Probably also of this.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

You know...

that you've lived in Spain when... I found this Facebook group by accident and I cannot stop laughing. It's so hilarious and true! For example, Sammi Egan wrote at 1:31pm on August 17th, 2007 ... "when you automatically use Spanish words i.e. ayuntamiento, or ferreteria, and don't actually remember how to translate it back into English". It happened to me in France when I couldn't remember how they call "gambas" in English.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Languedoc 6.IX.-9.IX.

Figeac * Caussade * A little salad * Crema catalana?! * Toulouse * Place du Capitole * Saint-Sernin Basilica * Gégé * Gad * La Faim des Haricots ** Carcassonne * Montpellier * Pascal and Ethan * Place de la Comédie * Le Mex * Rugby game ** Croissants * Shopping at the Antigone District * Ricardo Bofill * Palavas-les-Flots * Les escargots ** Relax at the pool * Le Viaduc de Millau * Aurillac, McDonald's

Auvergne 3.IX.-5.IX.

Bastian and Marlene * Picon Bière ** Uncle Jean-Louis * Clermont-Ferrand * Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de Clermont-Ferrand * Michelin * Crêperie * Le Puy-de-Dôme * La Truffade ** Seat Ibiza * The translator is sick * Salers * Les Bourriols * Le Pounti * Aunt Geneviève * Rugby boys * Steaks * Here is my crème brûlée! * Chez Lulu * Baptism

Monday, September 17, 2007

Paris 1.IX.-3.IX.

CDG Terminal 3 * RER Châtelet * Place d'Italie * Baldi * La Folie en Tête ** Michele * brunch in Le Loir dans la Théière * Place des Vosges * Beaubourg * The Studio * Promenade Plantée * Nono and Delphine * dinner in Le Plomb du Cantal ** rue Mouffetard * Panthéon * Where is my crème brûlée? * Institut du Monde Arabe * Jardin des Plantes * La Grande Mosquée * Florian, the translator * Gare de Lyon * Clermont-Ferrand

Sunday, September 16, 2007


When I was visiting Paris, a friend of mine offered me a bunch of cologne samples, but I took only the one of Le Male by Jean-Paul Gaultier. Yesterday, walking from a little "i-am-just-looking-i-am-not buying" trip I passed by a perfume store and I bought 212 Sexy Men by Carolina Herrera that I tried a couple of weeks ago and I liked it a lot. I got back home and looked at the internet what people thought about it and voilà, they were all saying it's a copy of Le Male! I don't think it's the case but it's a crazy world, indeed.


Kernel panic

Wednesday, September 12, 2007