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... party in the wharf which was pretty cool. I ended up leaving James early (he'd met with friends he went Croatia sailing with) and got a taxi back with some tour guides and then made my was back to my friends at Gekhos. Once I got there we went and checked out a few other bars. I ended up getting back to the hotel at at about 4am knowing we had to leave the hostel at 6:30am, James had made the intelligent decision and was already in bed when I got ...
... Valencia organizes a cleaning crew to pick up the beach after San Juan, so the police came through to kick everybody off. That night my bag got taken, but I only lost a phone, a metro card, €20, and my flip flops. At least the thieves left my clothes and towel, some people weren't as fortunate. I made it home by 6 and was able to sleep for almost 2 hours before getting up for school.
... year, and I wish that I could partake in such an activity while I am here to get a feel for what true Spanish bull-fighting is like versus the rodeo back home in Georgia. The train station looked quiet festive and it reminded me of Christmas on the outside walls for some odd reason, but inside there were hundreds of people scrambling around, and I don't really know why because it is no longer an acting train station. Anyhow, we stood there gazing and taking pictures for a while ...
... the beach.
3) Running in the riverbed
4) Riding Valenbisi around Spain, without a direction or prerogative.
5) the maids! I love my maids, they are some of my favorite people.
6) Shopping at the central market
7) The incredible weather - never too hot, never too cold. Sunny and perfect.
8) Playing soccer in the park every Tuesday
9) Oddly enough, classes. For a lot of my classes instead of doing work we would do stuff ...
... street parties too, but I had to be back in Valencia because I had paid for an expensive package that included bus transfers to and from Valencia. This is the first year that they introduced having to pay for tickets to attend. Buñol is a small town with a population of ten thousand, but last year 40,000 people squished themselves in for Tomatina, so it was a bid to keep it a little more controlled, limiting it to 25,000. For a change, I arrived at my ...