One day in Girona.

we all are free to be happy.

Enjoy the long day, where the sun still shines at 8pm.

Stroll by the seaside, watch fishes being caught, being bidded on, and sold at restaurants.

Run into the same couple for the fifth time, because the town is small and you can.

Take pictures of dogs as much as you’d like, because they are in no rush to do anything.

Snap photos of a 13-year-old by the beach. Hear her sing, watch her dance.

Make gestures and use body language, because their English is as good as your Spanish, and that is fine.

Munch on the tapas, sip the sangria, travel with us, to Girona.

Be a Traveler, not a Tourist.

Kudos to Li Kahing

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