Beatriz Rey Don Jaime
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... sour. We were surprised at many of the modern artistic buildings, especially the science centre where we stopped and met with a local guide. The building was beautiful but we only had 30 minutes inside and made the most of a quick look at the Space Section.
We then walked with the guide around old Valencia, marveling at the centuries old buildings and cathedrals. The food market in town is the largest in Europe with over 1500 stalls. ...
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I'll describe to you a typical day during Fallas. First you wake up due to the Desperta, which is where they set off all these firecrackers that are meant to wake you up (it works...). After trying to get over your hangover by eating chocolate con churros, you go to the Mascleta at 2pm. This is basically just really, really, really loud fireworks (I thought I was going to blow my eardrums). The afternoon consists ...
Woke up this morning feeling a little tired and struggled getting out of bed! Adrian went downstairs to try and find some water and juice and ended up finding this really cool market! He brought we back some fresh pineapple and coconut juice and a little fruit salad! After that I was ready to start the day! We walked back to the market and looked around a little. We bought some pastries and moved on. We did some more shopping along the streets and found a some little bulls for Adrian's ...
Monday was a pretty chill day, after class I just hung out with some people in the school's cafeteria. After dinner, my roommate, Hanna the German girl, her friend Katherine from Switzerland, and I got on a bus to the beach. The beach was already full of people when we got there, which was around 10:30 pm. If you didn't read my blog from last year, the Festival of San Juan (Saint John) is one of the biggest parties that happens everywhere, all over Spain. There ...
... one day. It is by far the biggest thing on my to-do list now.So Day 67 had brought a lot of great conversations and several opportunities to reflect on the past, present and the future. The next couple of days were spent wandering and exploring the streets of Valencia and discovering the little things that Valencia had to offer – the Cathedral, the Basilica, the enormous Mercado Central with countless stalls of fresh fruit, vegetables, ham and meat, dry ...