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... We didn't realize however how quickly it would get dark and windy. By the time we got to the beach it was completely dark out and the wind was whipping around pretty good. We were considering calling it quits, but decided to just suck it up and jump in. We all stripped down to our underwear and ran in together. The warm was actually surprisingly warm and pleasant. After drying off we made our way back to the bus to go ...
... the guidelines for us.
At around 11 pm, I decided to find a vending machine to get some water. I then stumbled upon the students in a circle, looking like they were either about to fight or go somewhere or rally. I found out eventually that the older students were doing ice breaker games with the freshman on the way to a pub. I was invited to join them, and I must admit the "hazing" was pretty amusing! Also the 2 euro mojito was fantastico! ...
... that we had previously organised a late checkout.
We finally packed up all our gear and headed over to Monte's new hostel, where we left our bags for a couple of hours, while we headed out for lunch.
Cam and I left after a couple of hours relaxing, eating and getting lost in the old part of town, to head to the train station. Cam was heading to Barcelona for a couple of days, while I was flying to Basel, to see my lovely grandparents Nonni and Pa.
So we said ...
... mother and father have lost their jobs - and for 2 years plus. There are just no jobs to be had here - McDonald's or anything.
The Irish unemployment rate is about 14%, which is certainly not as high as Spain, but Andrew was telling me this morning that 75%+ of his 20-something friends have left Ireland in search of employment opportunities. There just aren´t the jobs and future that Ireland once had. ...
Hola! ¿Què tal? (I just said, "Hello! How are you?" Informally.)
So, life's good. Learning to block everything out and just flow with it like the locals do. If they can live side by side with all the litter and dog business then I can too. Lets see if I can do it for three years straight.
TOP RULES FOR SURVIVING VALENCIA
1.) If you question what you are about to step on, just don't step on it. This will save you from cleaning off ...