Hotel Sidi Saler
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We trained for 1 and a half hours and it was really hot and tiring. We did lots of fast feet drills and I also learnt how to play tennis football.
After training we came back to the hotel for lunch. We then went for a swim and I had a siesta (afternoon rest) before going back to the academy for training with the Spanish boys.
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... of fossils and artifacts of various regions. We were hungry after walking for so long and sightseeing, so we decided to head back to the apartment and eat lunch and take a nap. So we ate some sandwiches, took a long nap, caught up with journaling, and found where we want to go tonight. We are heading out to a tapas bar after we cook some dinner, and seeing what the old town has to offer! ...
... of being in Valencia, we knew the vibe of the city matched ours. We definitely want to find jobs and live in the city center for as long as possible.
Red Nest hostel has been one of our favourites so far. Clean, comfortable and friendly. They have free walking tours everyday and other organized events, like paella classes and pub crawls. We've met lots of travelers/new friends in the common areas ... mostly playing drinking games on ...
At sea today travelling between Lisbon and Valencia so a quiet day, reading a book etc. We sailed the straits of Gibraltar (obviously), very windy, I guess it acts like a funnel. I notice there are wind farms on both coasts, it's odd to be able to see two different countries and in fact 2 different continents at once. I have the Captains cocktail party tonight for those who have done more than x no of nights cruising, it's before dinner so ...
... streets, already feeling the heat as it radiated off the black road surface and walls. But it was to get worse before it got better. Once they reached the edge of the town they were confronted with an even steeper rocky track that zig-zagged up the mountain as far as they could see. The steep gradient and rough rocky surface quickly reminded Battery Boy of similar tracks in the Himalayas, covered in piles of yak excrement. As they trudged onward ...