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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 …
... 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 ...
... different than just going to class, then going home and eating dinner. The only thing I did was an excursion for my Spanish class to L'Albufera, a rice paddy/lake about 20 minutes South of Valencia. We walked out to the beach, which was pretty lame except for the 2 naked old men. Then we walked back to the lake where some people paid to go on a boat tour around the lake, but I was not feeling like going, so I stayed behind with some others and learned how ...
... probably all fresh, with no preservatives or artificial ingredients like America, but there is also no FDA here, so I still have to hope for the best. Since my arrival in Iberian Peninsula, I have noticed that the food here has been very fresh and it tastes different than food back home, which worries me because I will not know how to readjust to preservatives and meat fillers. Fresh food like this at home is considered organic and costs more money in the grocery stores and ...
... homily from March 2011).
We returned to the hotel by 8:30 for the best provided dinner we've had to-date…pumpkin soup, yummy paella, and mixed fruit with lemon sorbet for dessert.
We went to bed exhausted, but still buzzing about the near-ethereal experiences of the day. WOW…who gets to have mass with the Holy Grail showcased above the altar??! Buenas Noches, Valencia…we will miss ...