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There´s a lot of things that spending two and a half months in Europe has taught me. Seeing the effects of the history of the country in the city you live in teaches you more than you could ever learn from sitting in a classroom. It gives you an appreciation for the people in the country and how their culture and way of living is different than yours.
One of the places that we travelled to and learned about was Lisbon. After ...
... 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 ...
... Take the bus or a taxi. Etc. Pretty much the only interesting thing for me was the volunteer information. Basically we can volunteer at an elementary school with an english teacher, or we can teach english to deaf kids in their home. I opted for the elementary school, so hopefully it will work with my schedule.
Its interesting making friends. People are weird. I just love to watch how people ...
... the afternoon Meal of the Day specials. Includes a 3 or 5 course meal for around $10 Euro. My sleepy co-pilot directs us down C322 that winds down the Spanish coast through many small Cities. We pass Denia (ferry port for the islands) and skip some overbuilt and touristy cities like Benidorm. We stop in Calp, a growing beach town with a great waterfront at Playa La Fossa. White high rises line the coast with convenient amenities and entertainment. A rocky outcropping that ...
... just enchanted by the historic looks inside. Outside...oh, my school is right across the street by the way...so I've seen the outside like 5x/week...it's beautiful. And yes, I was really having a blast walking through the building and looking at everything...the rooms, the windows, doors, walls, ceilings, ground, etc. In these old places, one cannot forget to look up. For some reason, it was free to visit today. Normalmente, it's 3 euros. I ran into some ...
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