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Hola from Spain!
I have recently been lucky enough to have found employment in Spain. So far, day 2, I am loving it.
I have never been to mainland Spain before, and when someone mentions Spain, you tend to think of the stereotypical 'Brits abroad' scenario. Well that couldn't be further from the truth where I am.
I am in Valencia, which is a coastal city, and ...
... city, was initiated and the right bus was caught from the right stop going in the right direction. Feeling like we had this sorted, we stepped off the the bus early, nearer to a place we were looking for.
One thing needs to be made clear, our best map was a single sheet with only major roads labelled. This early exit required some walking this way and that to establish a datum (a reliable fixed starting point, a point of reference). Where were we exactly? And which way ...
... Saturday, the day I'm leaving.
Because of my slow progress with espanol and gaining 3 new classmates that seem to possess a lower grasp of the idioma, I felt that this week would be very frustrating if the rest of the week will be like today. Also, I'd like to have more free time before leaving on Saturday. I really will miss this beautiful and fun city. It really will probably be one of the best memories I'll ever have. So I decided to switch over ...
... ten or eleven-year-old boy gave us a short violin recital. We went to dinner after that--around ten, which is typical here--and of course, we Ringleys were starving.
Meanwhile, by cell phone and our friend Roberto, it was arranged that we'd take a train to Carcaixent in the morning and spend the night there. So we're off again to find the right train and to see things we've never seen ...
... dress and hair that looks like Princess Lea's.
Falla: a paper mâché float. Each neighborhood builds one and then, on a preselected night, it is covered in gasoline and burned in front of adoring crowds.
Ninot: a small paper mâché sculpture that is paired with a Falla.
Churro: a fried food, typically covered in sugar and dipped in chocolate, and can be bought on the streets during Fallas.
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