Day 2, 10:30pm: After yesterday's exertions we planned to spend most of our time on one street, Joan Blanques, split into two decorated sections and with two stages featuring two very different crowd pleasing bands: A Contrablues and Dani Nel·lo's Jazz Savages.
11pm: We found two chairs and a table and installed ourselves on Joan Blanques de Baix.
1am: Having decided we all needed a halfway decent mojito the four of us wended a way through the streets to Raïm. I ordered a mojito made with an oscuro (dark rum) the Nicaraguan, 7 year-old Flor de Caña.
Visca Cuba! Visca Catalunya! Visca Nicaragua!
2:30am ish: Having joshed and chatted with the Italian chef from a well-known and popular (or, should that be 'polpolar'?) Gallego restaurant, we left Raïm and headed down Carrer Progrés…
…and a huge statue of Lenin….
…where we encountered a handsome looking bloke wearing an Augusto Sandino t-shirt chatting with his poet girlfriend.
Visca Nicaragua! Visca Catalunya!
And then to Carrer de Llibertat…
5am: We finally called it a night and headed for bed.