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... I'm not sure how many made it back to Valencia in one piece, but everyone on the train looked like they had had a hard day and were ready for a siesta.
Now is my last week in Valencia and I've just about run out of things to see and do. My last day out will probably be tomorrow when I intend to take a train journey (on my own this time) to a place called Xativa (that's exotic) where they supposed to have a great castle to ...
Adjusting slowly but surely. A talk with my success coach really leveled me out. She always helps put things in priority and helps me achieve those things. For the past week I have been to focused on everyone else and the world around me. I thrive on introspecticism (i know its probably not a word) and I have to remember to find happyness my own way, on my own terms. We determined last semester that my keys to happyness were ...
... for a friend (for some cash on the side!). Kelly and I cooked breakfast, wandered the streets, ate Churros y Chololate (fried pastry sticks and a mug of chocolate to dip it in!) and then it was time to bid her farewell. It was another case of sinking feeling in the stomach and the goodbyes don’t seem to get any easier. It seems like some form of a punishment for having a good time! Her stories of the camino have been so interesting and inspirational that I cannot ...
... 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! ...
... make any part of the traveling hard. Although, knowing some Spanish words did help with the signs.
I thought that a train ride across Spain would be beautiful. It was just kind of dry looking like summer driving on 280 from Redwood City to San Jose. Full disclosure, I did sleep for most of the ride!
Oh, another thing I wanted to address, was that I always felt really safe. I didn't feel like there ...
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