Aparthotel La Eliana
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November in Spain was very...normal. Slow in a good way, the weather beautiful, the experience more and more like some version of regular life.
After traveling a lot in September and October, we purposefully put down some roots in November.
We enjoyed sinking into daily life here and letting the weekends be pretty slow. Sam joined not one, but two basketball teams (one at his school and one in the city of Valencia) so that's ...
... either. All the kids thought it was horrible, and I said wait till you try American food. They kind of believed me that American school food was worse. After lunch we played a huge game of soccer that was really fun, and they are very good, no doubt, but they are not as amazing as you guys acutely think they are. We went inside, had a few more classes and it was time to go. Overall I had a pretty good day.
... map as I was carried along in a stream of people who all seemed to know where they were going. They did know where they were going cause after 20 minutes of walking we were there at La Plaza de la Reigna where a barrier was set up outside the Cathedral to keep the crowds who were expected to be in the thousands under control.
I wandered around the square past dozens of stalls selling souvenirs, and then I was tempted to wander down a little lane which led ...
... is an investigation in itself. Once home, we nested, cooked, read, talked about the day and briefly reminded ourselves that it is the 22nd today. Soon we'll go home.
Often big transitions like that are two edged. We have been missing family and friends very keenly but this fabulous adventure has to stop, boohoo. (Note: That was not to elicit sympathy, more to comment on the dichotomous nature of adventures.)
For those who await my encyclopaedic experience ...
... in awhile. I was ready after this little stop at the oasis to continue on with my journey. As I had said when I decided to go to the spa, I also wanted to use it to regroup and change direction to something that felt more in line with what I wanted to get out of this trip. I had let go of what I thought it was all going to be or what I thought I should be doing and figured out that, again, what I wanted was stillness and calm and to really be someplace for awhile. ...