Husa Pou Clar

Mayans 67, Ontinyent, Valencian Country, 46870, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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How does history affect an economy?

A travel blog entry by caseybennett18

Spain and Portugal both have very different histories. These differences in history can be seen in their economy today. Portugal spent a large part of the twentieth century under the dictatorship of Salazar only to end in 1974. Spain also spent some of the twentieth century in a dictatorship of Franco, which ended in 1976.

In Portugal, Salazarīs reign can still be felt in the economy today. During his rule, Salazar focused on the ...

Day One: Drugs and things. Always awkward.

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh

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... aren't really "cliques" or whatever. Or maybe I just don't notice them. Everyone seems a little more self-conscious than I'm used to though. Why do people care what others think? I don't understand. You do you boo.
Well anyways. After orientation, I went to "consum". Its a tiny spanish grocery store. Oh, not to mention, MY LIFE IS OVER, THEY DONT SELL PEANUT BUTTER. why am I alive. I quit.. not ...

I'm On Falla

A travel blog entry by nellings

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... were exhausted, but we got to see so many different things, it was totally worth it! During the trip we stopped at a Horchata place that I believe we were told was either a century or two centuries old, and it tasted soooo good after all of the walking! We then ate authentic Paella from Valencia, and it was really good - as were all of the meals we had!

Saturday, we started off the morning with a boat tour through the Parque Natural de ...

10 reasons WHY not to visit Valencia

A travel blog entry by alimoro

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... gestures, fire in their eyes are priceless! It is interesting that they keep explaining the way in Spanish even seeing you numb and helpless and it works!


Number 4 goes to limes and lemons on Valencia trees. In case you hate these - never go there. Or even in case you do :D I dared to try one lime, that was looking so tempting and… almost died ! No idea what are these crazy Spanish people covering their limes with but the taste was close to licking an elephant's ...

First Day of Classes

A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain

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... here. Even these FEYDA programs. When I used to come 14+ years ago, FEYDA had over 8 camps with well over 1000 students, with many of the students staying for the entire month. This year, they have about 50 students at one camp for 2 weeks. People just donīt have any money to spare.

Anyway, after breakfast, we went to the theater area where we were introduced to the students as a group, then divided ...