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... it’s too hard living in Darwin and is moving back permanently to the Gold Coast. It’s great having others to get to know and chat to….especially some fellow Aussies.
We continued on towards Valencia and immediately on arrival noticed the many orange trees growing in the median strips on the roads; they looked so lovely. We wondered why people don’t take the fruit but apparently they are only ornamental and the ...
... and the crowds swell and gather before hand to listen. It seems in Spain noise is always part of the celebration.
We spent the weekend seeing many of the local sights, their market, churches, of course the Ninots and the more modern part of Valencia, the City of Arts and Science. We especially enjoyed the aquarium.
No matter what time of the year you visit, it is a beautiful city!
... de la Virgen is the flower offering to the Virgin Mary. All the falleras bring flowers to offer to the Virgin. This happens for two days (17 and 18). The end up filling a huge wooden structure with flowers. It is amazing.
Another one of my favorite thing was the light shows in Russafa. Russafa is a neighborhood in Valencia, and they have spectacular lights during Fallas. They hire a specialist from Italy to do the lights. Calle Sueca and Calle Cuba ...
... and 43 degrees outside. The air was super hard to breathe in as it felt hot going into our bodies and definitely wore us down. The hotel was so nice though, it had air conditioning and an old fashioned lift where you could see it coming and going. I really like Valencia but the heat was a little too intense for my liking. Since we'd pretty much been in hibernation the whole time we were in Barcelona, we decided to go with the tour group to Gekhos ...
... br> The numerous buildings are surrounded by low waterway pools, which reflected the magnificent buildings both during the day and at night. During the day, you could kayak or float in air bubbles which looked a lot of fun. They visited the science museum and the hemispheric IMAX for an Egyptian exhibition.
To the right side of the complex was a garden area under arches ...