RAFAEL NADAL SPEAKS ABOUT LANGUAGES WITH DAVID LETTERMAN

Rafael Nadal has been recently in David Letterman Show and among other things he has spoken about languages. Among other languages he has spoken about the Catalan language. By the way, I love the Balearic Islands.

(Sept 5th 2011. Today Rafael Nadal is news for a cramp at a US OPEN press conference:

FÀBREGAS COMES TO BARCELONA … FINALLY

Cesc Fabregas Warm-Up 30-01-2008, Emirates Sta...

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It is not difficult to understand that a football player from Catalonia wants to play in FC Barcelona as this club at the top of the football clubs of the world. Nonetheless I think that a lot of people in Catalonia would be quite happy to live and work in such an amazing city like London. Anyway, it seems that Cesc prefers Barcelona to London. It is his choice. I think that I would prefer London but maybe the reason is that I am more interested in knowing new cities to me that in any football team in particular.

I just wonder if Cesc will be another player of Barça or even inside of Barça he will be so prominent as, let’s say Pep Guardiola. Let’s wait and see. I just hope there is a good chemistry between Guardiola and Fàbregas. Let’s hope so.

ARE THE LONDON RIOTS THE START OF BIG TROUBLES AHEAD?

The City of London is a city within the greate...

A PARTICULAR VIEW OF LONDON

2011 won’t be an easy year to forget. The Tahrir Square in Egypt and Tunisia and war in Lybia. The indignados in Puerta del Sol in Madrid, the protests in Israel for better conditions for people in Israel, the fight for freedom in Syria despite the massacre.

Eurozone crisis: Greece, Ireland, Portugal. Problems with the sovereign debts. Fear of contagion to Italy and Spain. the US downgraded from triple A.

The shooting in Norway.

Well, with all this one could think that what is going on in London even if it is dramatic it is not much dramatic that what is going elsewhere (I did not mention hunger in parts of Africa because this, unfortunately, is not something new)

I have the feeling that what is happening in London is more serious than it may seem because London is the biggest city of this part of the world! No city in mainland Europe is so big as London.

I am afraid that what is happening in London may happen accross Europe and even through the US. Fortunately in Barcelona until now we have had just peaceful protests. Well, some not so peaceful in fact. But nothing in comparison with the images that come from London.

As there are milions of people in London it is sad that the wrongdoings of a few are now the current image the world is getting from London.

I know some of the places mention in the news. For example Hackney. The last time I was in London, one of my favourite cities, I bought an atlas so I just have to look as I read the news.

As I am not in London I cannot know what is really going on. The only things I know come from the newspapers and I just know that in the UK there are also a lot of cuts in spending so maybe some youth in London do not see a future. Maybe while the Prime Minister andd the Mayor of London were out on holidays some youth had to stay in London because they have no money for holidays. But that cannot be an excuse to put the city on fire! This is a total lack of respect for their own city!

Anyway, I just hope peace comes soon to the streets of London. Let me end this post by recommending anyone to visit London. Few cities have so much to show and to share. LOVE TO LONDON!