Hotel Mas Camarena
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... that food and drink are for relaxing, that the perspective on it completely differs from the American outlook because it is seen as something to savor and enjoy. They explained that Starbucks is an unusual treat because it comes in to-go cups. They laughingly explained that they always feel strange carrying coffee away from the restaurant rather than enjoying it there. In Spain, too, I was told that food ...
... sheets and whispered into Battery Boy's ear, "Zumo Naranja." "I don't know what that is, but I'll give it a try. Should I google the Karma Sutra so I get it right?"
"No, just ring room service", stated Video Girl. "What sort of hotel have you brought me to?", asked Battery Boy. "It's freshly squeezed Valencia orange juice and don't bother using any hot water when you have a shower", scolded Video Girl.
A short time later our ...
... festival too, all of the paper-mache sculptures are then burned in one massive bonfire.
Now, it was time for the beach. We asked the front desk of the hotel how to get there and in cheap recommendation number two, they told us to take the bus (I got the feeling they didn't like us that much - either that or they assumed we were poor, cheap college students <-- not entirely false). While it was was really warm in the center of the city (I was ...
... return to their starting place. The aim of the game is for all members on your team to finish their drinks before the other team. Not long after we had retuned to the campsite we were starting to get hungry so headed over to the restaurant to get some dinner. The line was massive and I ended up waiting a good hour or so for a pizza but I was starving and there was no alternative. After dinner I snuck off to bed. It was about 11pm and we had a 5:30 am wake up call. In the morning I ...
... a an Asian lady. Woohoo! My Chinese came in muy handy! No, she didn't speak my native tongue, Cantonese, but Mandarin. Still way easier than Spanish at this point. She was very nice and even gave me a discount of 15% off. Yay!
Once home, I realized that those shorts are going to be trashed. Your clothes will be completely messed up in La Tomatino. Ivana from the Spanish school, says it'll be tough to wash it out of hair because of the acidity. Oh.
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