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Today we are on the road to Valencia, some 7 hours away from Granada. We drive through the superb views over the Sierra Nevada as we cross the Mora Pass. We continue past the cave dwellings neat Guadix to the hi-rise of the Costa Blanca. As we pass through the city of Murcia we see the veterinary school and fruit juice factories. Spain exports …
Early start for our travels to Valencia. Travelled along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, stopping at Tarragona briefly then onto seaside town of Peniscilo. This is a beautiful little town right on the beach. Finally got to see the ocean and walk on the sand! Sand was different to ours - quite dark in colour, almost like dirt, but very fine and …
We arrived in Valencia after a short train trip from Cuenca. We got to the train station around 6:00pm and immediately went to check into our hotel. We had a few minutes to chill out before we went to do our first "excursion". We were only doing one thing that night and it was checking our the famous museum in Valencia. It is actually made up of about six different buildings. It has a science museum, an aquarium, an ...
... that Tony was used to) and we also decided to wash the car since it was filthy and to celebrate that we managed to get the european leg almost into budget. We used the automatic carwash which seemed to work pretty well, although it squashed most of the bugs onto the windscreen rather than scrubbing them off, unfortunately).
Again no photos due to system issues :-( yes I did work in IT once !!
I had lunch with the teachers, who I met for the first time. We are quite an international group! Matt is the principal and is from Melbourne, Australia. Andrew is from Galway, Ireland. Andy is from Edinburgh, Scotland. The three men all live in Valencia and are English teachers.
One thing that keeps dominating the conversation here in Spain is the "crisis" - which we refer to as the ...