Malva Beach B&B
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... outdoor restaurant and shared some delicious calamari and yet another refreshing Sangria. It was very hot but lovely sitting under the umbrellas in the shade. We sat with the other Aussies and got to know each other as we chatted about our lovely kids and lives back home. Funnily enough we have a lot in common with Vicki who is a former NSW police officer – acting Inspector who was in the police force for 17 years, but resigned about ...
... about some of my favorites things.
I'll describe to you a typical day during Fallas. First you wake up due to the Desperta, which is where they set off all these firecrackers that are meant to wake you up (it works...). After trying to get over your hangover by eating chocolate con churros, you go to the Mascleta at 2pm. This is basically just really, really, really loud fireworks (I thought I was going to blow my eardrums). The afternoon consists ...
... is kinda tight so we went to the supermarket for dinner and snacks for tomorrow. We came our with half the shop for leer then €15 we got prosciutto, salami, mozzarella, aoli, rolls, pastries and a bag of about 15 plain croissants and 15 chocolate ones. We then went home and ate our selves sick and still had all the croissants left over. Something I ate didn't agree with me tho cos I was on the toilet a few times that night and lucky Adrian is a heavy sleeper cos it wasn't very ...
... Valencia organizes a cleaning crew to pick up the beach after San Juan, so the police came through to kick everybody off. That night my bag got taken, but I only lost a phone, a metro card, €20, and my flip flops. At least the thieves left my clothes and towel, some people weren't as fortunate. I made it home by 6 and was able to sleep for almost 2 hours before getting up for school.
... and get acclimated to the Valencian people way of life. I feel this city is a hidden treasure, and although it is Spain’s third largest city, it has so much to offer to tourists, but no one knows unless they actually come here. I want to experience Valencia, which means every aspect of Valencia, and this includes the World Cup, which I feel is the important time in Europe, and it will give me just a taste of what European life is like in all facets. I hope Valencia does not ...
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