Case of the Mondays #29: Cadaques
Ah, it's another Monday. The dreaded start of another week. Work has you down? The email inbox has exploded over the weekend? The to-do list is growing faster than you can cross things out? The weather is getting colder? Or not getting colder fast enough if you are down south? Fret not! Another installment of Case of the Mondays is here to help you deal with it. Or at least distract your mind from all that as you scroll through and enjoy a big panoramic image of an awesome place. Just click on the image below to open up the full version (give it some time to load) and use your arrow keys to move around and see all the details. Then click anywhere or hit Esc to close it. That's it for Dos and Don'ts. Now pop open the full panorama and pan around!
Today I give you Cadaqués - a quiet little Mediterranean fishing village in the north-eastern part of Catalunya which Salvador Dalí used to call home with a house at nearby Port Lligat.
I have visited Cadaques twice. First, it was the destination of the most treacherous hike I have ever done and after hurrying to get there, crossing the mountains in bad weather, with no food and little water left, it was a huge relief to find myself strolling along the streets of this town. I returned earlier this year with my parents and we spent some time wondering around the town before heading out to nearby Cap de Creus. One day I may actually get around to visiting Dalí's house there as well...