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... this because I feel like all our blog entries have been about the travels and the "best" things. We do have down moments here -- sick and otherwise. Some things are frustrating and we do often miss home -- especially family and friends and things that feel comfortable. Perhaps this winter stretch makes those things more acute.
Here are a few photos to catch you up on the birthday boy!
... is a verb in Spanish. Check it out..
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By the time this all happened, I felt pretty settled into Valencia. It's really a nice place to live. My third week in Valencia was only 5 days because I traveled to other countries for the upcoming weekend.
Monday: On Monday, I had Spanish class and afterwards, I went to relax in the river. I walked and stumbled upon a rugby pitch; however, no one was playing. For my food and society class, we had a ...
I guess its about time I posted something about my life in Murcia! I must say, I have been loving every bit of Murcia from the very first day - probably due to the great city itself, some good friends I've made, and a positive and open attitude I came in with. Murcia is a region is SE Spain, neighbors to Alicante and Almerķa. On my bus from Alicante to the center of Murcia, I got a lovely view of the rural region – many ...
... s a townhouse in the outskirt of Valencia. Carmen, the owner, welcomed us with their cute puppies. (Yes, I was happy. :)) We dropped off our luggage, rested a little, and decided to drive down to the beach for dinner. It was supposed to be just a 15 minutes drive, but of course it took us about 30 minutes. Oh well. We found an outside table in one of the seaside restaurants and enjoyed the last bits of sunlight and food. It was a ...