Barcelona Beach: An Ever Changing Waterfront
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As you can see my ISP is not doing its job properly. In case you want to know the name of the company: Wanadoo. It has been one of those cases in which red tape and inefficiency go hand in hand. My connection was functioning perfectly November 24th but the telephone line went dead. As this is run by Telefonica (the big shot) I call them, and they fix the problem. But alas! they kill my dsl! (operated by Wanadoo, the competence, which depends on Telefonica network!). Now I am waiting for Wanadoo to clean up the mess. In the meantime I try to relax watching this quiet image of Barcelona beach so I don't lose my temper. I am sorry for all the inconvenience regarding daily posting and comment replies. Thanks for your visit and patience. Oh, you might wonder about the title: This was the way the beach looked at the beginning of November, now the waves have swallowed most of the sand as it happens every year. They want to build some new barriers to stop the sea from altering the shore, a group of 15 piers acting as artificial dams and as every rule has its own detractors, now surfers (Spanish) oppose and claim for their rights.