Chill Art Jardin Botanico
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... to entrée dishes. In Portugal and Spain, the main dish will normally consist of some sort of meat, predominantly pork, and some sort of carb staple to accompany it. Many times a fried egg will be included in the meal as well, regardless of whether it is breakfast or dinner. Both countries, being near water, also tend to serve a couple of authentic seafood plates. However, do not expect the typical American fillet. ...
... stop on the way. When asked where I was going, I just said Madrid. I then went and got on the train to Madrid. About 3 minutes before the train left, I thought I should check if the train was actually going via Valencia. It was not. So I quietly gathered my things and tried to leave the train without anyone noticing. Admittedly not my finest moment. An hour and a half later I got on my train to Valencia. While a ...
... through art form. For some, this may be collecting items from various locations; to others it may be writing down words, which make up the most wondrous of memories.
Ensure you come across a girl who travels, for the happiness she feels in her heart will spread as warmth to her being.
She will be sure to love you, and appreciate you for accepting the way in which she chooses to put physical miles between your friendship, but no distance at all in ...
... out to the 'Busabout' after party (which we sneaked into). It's fair to say the rest of the night escalated and got out of control.
Things of Note:
- La Tomatina exceeded all expectations I had of it. Despite me hating tomatoes, the fight was unlike anything I have experienced before and was exceptionally fun!
- **** you Spain-tastic!
We both woke up quiet hungover and slept past our checkout time. But somehow I convinced ...
... car park with a bag of spare clothes and jumped onto a coach heading to the festival. My coach was amazing. There was so much room between me and the seat in front of me and the seats themselves were so plush. I wish we had these buses for the Busabout loops! It took us about 45 minutes to drive to Bunol which is where the festival is held. The festival began quite a few decades ago when a fight broke out at a festival between some guys and a food stall owner. One of the guys grabbed ...