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... the end! July brought San Juan festival, which was a crazy evening at the beach full of people creating fires and BBQ´s all over the beach. It was fascinating to see, and the wonderfully colourful hippy market nearby definitely attracted me to do more than just browsing! San Juan symbolises getting rid of all the past year´s bad vibes, so at midnight a mass crowd ran into the sea to jump the waves- utter madness but Valencia is a crazily unique place! ...
... into society. This cultural difference does not seem as if it would be that noticeable, but conservation is practiced so completely here that it is a noticeable change from the United States.
The examples are abundant. The first example of conservation I noticed was during my layover in Zurich on my way to Lisbon. One thing that struck me as unusual was the fact that all of the escalators were automatic; they did not start moving until I boarded one. Initially I was ...
... 5 minutes after I arrive the blue skies turn to grey and the wind picks up. I continue to brave it until the thunder begins above me. So much for Valencia known for its 300-something-rather days of sunshine. Typical.
Admittedly back in the hostel I sit and have a cup of tea whilst everyone cracks open their beers. An early night is on the agenda for me. Please don't ...
... bulls have now become silhouettes of cowboys. Once we got into Valencia, we were a little disappointed. We kept reading what a cool city it was and it just looked like a shorter version of New York City. Buildings lined the street and there wasn't much to look at. Since we were still exhausted, we got our hotel, dropped our bags and looked for a grocery store. This was starting to become habit and a feat at the same time. You'd be amazed how hard it is ...
... down and found a place that was still serving. I got a sandwich and Graham got some croquettes, but Darren didn't eat cos he'd had a hot dog and chicken thing at the game. The sandwich was cheap huge and yummy, so I think I won there! We had a bit of a chat to the guys on the next table, who were from all over, they were in Valencia studying language, then when we were done, we said goodbye to Graham and headed back to the hostel and went to ...