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Slept in today! Sleep wasn't too bad in the tent and not too hot in the morning. We all finally got up about 11.30 or 12, had showers and sorted some washing out. But of course it started to rain and no dryer, so I'm hiding out in the tent catching up on blogs from the weekend and hoping the sun will come out soon! Tomorrow is La Tomitina in Bunol so need to go find some cheap clothes to wear to it. In ...
... saw a Marvel superheroes exhibit and even saw chickens hatching. After a full morning here we went to spend the afternoon at the Oceanografic which is the third biggest aquarium in Europe. It was massive, we saw so much sea life. Got to walk through a tunnel while sharks were swimming overhead which was pretty scary. Layla worried the gl***************. We timed our visit to fit in with one of the dolphin shows they do. We got front row seats. Even ...
Photos and story will have to wait until I get back. It is actually Wednesday, April 24, and I just spent my first full day in Barcelona. Ed is still spending his trip in his hotel room.
I will get caught up when I am home with my desktop computer and fast Internet connection. I shot a lot of video that I just don't currently have the bandwidth to edit and ...
... buildings on a sort of island in an old river bed conected with shallow pools. Here is the art gallery, science museum, imax cinema, oasis garden and aquarium. It was cool to look at and walk around, and from here we caught a bus back into town. We then went back to the hostel where we just chilled out, used the internet and sat around trying to kill afew hours. After a while saskia went back to her hotel ...
... than when I am in Valencia where everyone is a local Spaniard. That explains the difference. What is the need for English in Valencia when everyone there is a local and not many English speakers are present? Though I must say, there are a good number of locals that can speak and understand French. With France being right next door, it is possible that the language could have found influence in Valencia. Going back to the War of Spanish Succession, the French tried ...