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Thank you for stopping by.  My name is Sergio Lopez Miro and I have been involved in the swimming world as a swimmer or as a coach for almost 40 years.  Swimming has given me a path in life and my goal is to share some of my thoughts and experiences here with you.  Let me know what you think and enjoy!

 

 

Monday
Jun082009

Livin the life Aussie style!

Man oh man oh man! where do i even begin with this day, it started off great and ended even better! we all met up at the pool, but DIDNT have to swim. Then we caught the train to segrada familia, one of the nicest cathedrals i have ever seen, even though i have only seen two ha. after that coach sergio and coach stephanie had to leave us to go to a special lunch back at the club, i still dont understand why i wasnt invited, but i got to go to the beach along with everyone else. This day was probably one of the best days, as soon as we got to the beach all the guys stripped down into there speedos with not a care in the world that we were at a public beach and everyone could see us! a little later on logan, peter and I decided we would walk down the beach and try to find some mamacitas so we acted like we were from france and spoke some random gerberish that sounded french haha i guess you would have to be there. After this we went back to where we were all sitting and we met up with mi manzana a.k.a ian apple and matt schlytter and we went to get some lunch, lunch today was very interesting ian and logan and matt all got sodas which were 2.50 euros which is almost 5 dollars in america and when the cokes came out they werent even half the size of a coke back home, to top off them being mad mi manzana was trying to talk to the waiter in spanish when all along he knew english and got mad at ian. After lunch we went for another stroll on the beach this time we went a little father and acted like we were from australia this is where the fun began. We talked to just about everyone we could in an australian accent, we chased pigeons to see who could catch one first and we climbed a 25 foot rope structure and stood at the top with everyone watching, there was much more we did but i dont really know how to explain it but it was really funny! and we got to see something you wouldnt normally see on a beach in U.S. Later on we made our way back to everyone, where we noticed all the girls were trying to make a pyramid by stacking themselves on top of each other, they couldnt really do it, but of course the boys could cause we are just awesome like that. this was pretty much the end of our time at the beach, we caught the train back to sabdell we swam and then went home with our families. I'm kinda sad tomorow is our last day but it will be fun atleast for the girls since they get to go on a major shopping spree.
until next time, im out
yours truly, juan miguel RRRrrricooooo hayes

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