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... it depending on how tired either of us is at the moment. I am now convinced she had mapped out most of Spain before we even arrived because every ten minutes or so as we're driving about greater Valencia she will point to a new town or village and say, "We almost lived there!" Actually, we have a new navigator now, as our new rental car came with a voice-enabled GPS system. "He" has a lyrical, somewhat aristocratic voice, and the boys have named him ...
... and miles and miles of Mediterranean views.
It's Sunday night now -- we laid low today with only the few doorbell rings of neighborhood kids wanting Sam and Henry to play to interrupt us. We headed out for a pizza night -- just as big lightning and significant rain came down. It's an impressive display outside right now.
We'll kick off our first full real week of school tomorrow and see how that goes!
I've also posted a few shots of ...
A transition from the heat and humidity of Barcelona, to more heat and humidity in Valencia! It felt so good to get the rental car and turn on the air conditioner! Ahhhh. Only ~ 86, but the humidity made it almost unbearable for these two desert dwellers.
The drive from Barcelona to Valencia is pretty unremarkable. We thought we'd be in sight of the coastline all the way down, but we barely caught a glimpse. Lots of ...
... he bought it was to get around college. It’s been very crazy around here and I’m starting school tomorrow and we will see how it goes.
Friday, September 5, 2014
Today I went to my first day of school, and it was pretty fun. When we were waiting outside to go into the school I was honestly a little nervous, because there were all kinds of kids talking to each other messing around ...
September 4, 2014
All of you will probably have a beard by the time you finish reading this blog, because man was
it exciting! So my adventure started out by getting our uniforms. It was a shock to find out that we would be looking like all the schoolgirl and schoolboy stereotypes. Turns out those books and images were not actually stereotypes, and I did look a lot like a little German schoolgirl. So as I walked away from my parents into the auditorium on ...