Blau Park Aparthotel
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- Swimming pool
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I haven't gotten around to uploading pictures from my excursions recently, so here is a post full of pictures. :D
What you will see:
~ I got my first paycheck! WOOT WOOT!
~ Multiple shots from my balcony. Sorry, it never gets old for me! As I tell my kids when I talk about clouds "Clouds are ever changing and when you look up to them, you're never quite sure what you will see!"
~ Cooking and baking make me happy. This time it was Cheesy Spinach ...
... more sedate!) Very enjoyable and a good challenge for my map reading skills. Followed this by a trip in the hop on hop off bus to have a further look at the amazing modern structures of the complex housing the museum of sciences, oceanographic, IMAX theatres etc - very much a contrast to my earlier walk. Dinner at a tiny restaurant where no-one spoke a word of English and found us very entertaining - insisting on showing us all the raw foods we could consume - fish, snails, lamb, rabbit ...
Thursday 8th May
Weather: Started off a bit overcast and cool (17.5 degrees C) but quickly became scorchio
We took the coastal road to Valencia, taking in everything the Costa Blanca had to offer. It is my first experience of resorts like Benidorm and even from a slight distance it appeared very high rise.
When the road became more rural, we started to spot lone women sat at the road side in what appeared ...
... los desemparecidos. These flowers are then used to create a beautiful, ornate dress made entirely of flowers for the virgin statue. These flowers stay in the plaza for over a week. The final parade was the Parade of Fire. This was something incredibly strange haha. I went with a friend, and attempted to get a spot in the front to see well. Little did I know that there were going to be people running around shooting fireworks and ...
... pintxos, beers, chocolates… you name it. We then ran into a huge student protest for free education in Spain. I only knew about this because Ion had told me about the changes being proposed for the Spanish education system. Currently, university education is free in Spain, however the government is proposing to introduce an American style system where the students can either pay upfront or get a loan from the banks to fund their education. Understandably, it is a ...