Aga-Boom in Spain

For those of you wondering what it is I do when I run away with the clowns… here’s a good overview. What a great office to have.

I was going to write a whole blog post about my recent trip to Figueres, Spain, where this comedy festival took place, but honestly, aside from a 20 minute walk around town on Easter morning, it was an in and out show – I arrived in town at 9pm on Saturday night, was at the theatre at 9:45am the next morning. Left the theatre at around 10:30 Sunday night and was heading back to the airport 8:15 Monday morning.

Yup, the show was great. Yup, it was a lot of work (and my first “load and go”). Yup, we all had a good time (and the most amazing dessert after the show on Sunday night), but really, not a whole lot to write about. Kuwait and Lisbon were completely different since we were there for several days and had a bit of time to see the sights.

So really, now the only question is: where are we going next?

 

Categories: Adventure, Art, Personal, Theater | Tags: , , | 2 Comments

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