Beatriz Rey Don Jaime
Travel Blogs from Valencia
Day 110: Today we spent the whole day on the ferry as this was a day ferry and not an over night which sucked. So we left at 9.30am and arrived in Valencia at around 8pm, we caught the Topdeck group that we booked with for the La Tomatina before they headed out and got all of our gear and booked the bike tour for the next day. Emma didn't feel up …
... my Fallas experience started a few days prior to February 23rd, and I was not awoken by said fireworks. But what is Fallas? Fallas is an annual festival held in Valencia, Spain. The Festival technically starts February 23rd with La Crida. The morning of February 23rd, in every barrio (or neighborhood) people parade through the streets shooting off mascletas (hard core fireworks). At 2 pm, mascletas are shot off in the Town Square, aka La Plaza ...
... they are. I don't think that's happened to me once back home. Then again, I don't usually just buy one thing at home, so maybe I didn't set myself up properly for such an opportunity. But hey, this guy was very mindful and kind. Hooray for Spaniards!!
Back home dinner time was fun. Host lady invited me to join the group for an orange mousse dessert she had made. It was funny try to chat because I get a lot of what is said, but still I get a little lost at ...
... There were a few people waiting in front of me and Tamara so we decided to try our luck at the pool showers. Bingo! I enjoyed the longest hottest shower and afterwards jumped into my tent and had a much needed nap. At 5pm I was woken by my roomie so got ready for the pub crawl we were all going on that night. It started raining quite heavily and by the time we arrived in Valencia it was ******* down by Aussie standards. We all got saturated as we ran up the street to where our ...
... of Valencia with the teachers, but instead chose to stay at the "discoteca" and dance the night away with Molly and the campers in the "teatro" here at camp. Life and one's preferences certainly change a lot over 15 years.
Today was the last day of school. It was a bit chaotic as things were changing right up until class start. All of the classrooms were a bit off and there was a lot of tension between the principal, ...
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