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... one I found the pump, stuck my adaptor on my filler cap, pressed the button and nothing happened. A nice taxi driver came to help me but he couldn't get it to work either, and then the garage man came and told me my adaptor was the wrong style. Panic! Was I stuck in Spain with an empty gas tank and the wrong adaptor so I would never be able to fill up? This was really serious because I could probably manage without heating but I use the gas to cook with ...
... this because I feel like all our blog entries have been about the travels and the "best" things. We do have down moments here -- sick and otherwise. Some things are frustrating and we do often miss home -- especially family and friends and things that feel comfortable. Perhaps this winter stretch makes those things more acute.
Here are a few photos to catch you up on the birthday boy!
Another long journey again today, retracing our steps across across the high dry plains of Almeria and Murcia. One variation was that between Alicante and Valencia, where we had previously camped at Javea, this time ...
... is a verb in Spanish. Check it out..
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... was the European thing to do.
Thursday: Today, we took our quiz in class and went out to explore the Central Market. We really got to take everything in and we purchased a few things including dried bananas and some fresh croissants.
Friday: Today was nice because we went to the Hemisferic (the IMAX theater) and Oceanografic (the aquarium) here in Valencia. It was also convenient because it ...