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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 …
During my second week in Valencia, I started to settle in. I knew how to get to my classes and I knew what time I had to get up.
Monday: Unfortunately, it rained on Monday (which is rarely does here), so I took the bus to class and hung out at FSU for the day. I had two classes spread out. In second class, Food and Society, we tried different foods preserved in different ways. Most were actually ...
... I couldn't believe it! It felt like a warm bath! The thought of jellyfish still kept me out though (there were a few dead ones washed up on the sand). We collected some small pieces of sea glass and I found a piece of terracotta tile that was round and smooth. Supposedly at the far end of the beach is a nudist area but Joe and I didn't need to venture down there to see some nudity, a middle aged ...
... which was excelente. Several took a siesta while Molly and I packed to head off to camp.
Even though I knew that we could find our way there with public transportation (the camp is right off of a metro stop), Jesus insisted on taking us. The ride up (about 45 minutes) was pleasant, but then we spent the next hour trying to find the actual camp! We finally called Azucena, the camp director, and we were there.