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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 ...
... I think the answer is in 2 places. One is within myself, in my soul, and the other is in the bible.
As long as I am rooted well in my faith and in who I am I will grow as a person. Maybe not in the way I would project, but I will grow into the woman I am supposed to be. I am trying hard, but there is no church here for me to go to. I'm just sticking to prayer and study, so if you are reading this, pray for me.
I will ...
... spent at the hostel, in front of the computer. I ventured out briefly for a walk and dinner but managed to be highly productive in staying put and getting things done. I had to kill time till about 12:30am before catching my train to Granada, so I called some friends back home to catch up with their lives which was nice and packed a few food items for the train journey. Valencia was done. It had brought me quiet times, a breakthrough in Spanish and lots of inspiration to do greater things.
... The highlight and main event was La Tomantina Festival in the small town of Brunol. We had no idea what to expect when we boarded the 7am bus. We arrived with 20,000 other people into a tiny town where the townspeople (after tarping their home fronts) were in a full scale water fight. We watched as people tried to climb the slippery pole to grab a leg of ham signalling the start of the fight. A huge thunderstorm ...
... Azucena and I went out shopping. I bought some Horchata to take back home to the family to try (to show the difference in Mexican and Spanish Horchata), as well as some Kit Kats to celebrate something American with Molly tonight. We also went to a "TodoDulce" ("All Candy") store to get some incentive prizes for the kids.
It was nice to get out of the Centro for a bit. As I think I have mentioned before, I could not drive in Spain (or at ...
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