Thursday, March 10, 2011

Coll de Nargó

Today I visited a small village called Coll de Nargó. It had a lot of adorable houses and of course a wonderful view. I love these little mountain villages, I really do. Another thing that always strike me are the roads. You think to yourself that no, of course you can't drive here, the roads are to narrow, no car would fit in there. And just when you're thinking this, a car comes along and passes you easily and smoothly, as if it was the most natural thing in the world.  

I've also been to the Enterrament de la Sardina, which was yeasterday. I have to say that the idea of burrying fishes really appeal to me for some reason, I'm not sure why. But it was fun to see, very chulo. If I understood it correctly, the idea is that you burry the king of the carnival at the end of the carnival to really mark the end of it. And you also burry fishes (sardines) since you can't eat fish after this, only meat. Here are some pictures from that as well:


It's a funeral.

And then we all ate fish.

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