We're back home in the Dirty City. Barcelona is an amazing, beautiful city full of visual, gastronomic, olfactory and audial delights & surprises. But even with all that BCN has to offer, no other city gives me the comfort and satisfaction of my beloved New Orleans.
It's actually really nice to be home, even with the reality of Nagin's victory. Perhaps we'll find a way as a people to pressure him into being a more reasonable and progressive city leader and maybe, as Rivault put it in the previous post's comments, monkeys will fly out of my butt. Either way I'm excited and feeling good to be back home.
Today I'm catching up on laundry, making groceries, uploading photos and catching up on my DVR material including the Giro d'Italia (BASSO!!) and Lost. I promise to have some posts up before the end of the day.