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... less than 15 minutes from our perch here in the 'burbs. I learned a lesson about asking about the price per kilo of artisinal goat cheese (made Sunshine prices seem tame; but delicious!)
Sounds like we're learning to dance, right? Nope. Planet Bolero is our local bowling alley, and it's very nice and modern with happy families bowling away the post-school hours of Friday evening. It might be a little too American ...
... by endless orange groves and just about every town has its own castle, ruined or reconstructed. The ancient Roman and Moorish influence is everywhere from town names (yesterday we went through Xeraco, Denia, and Almoines while driving down the Autopista del Mediterraneo) to fantastic architecture. It's exotic.
Our little community in the Valencian burbs is called Mas Camarena, which we call "More Shrimps" (camarones) because we don't know ...
... people don't do it enough! In August, I have been working a lot in the 35- 40 degree weather, with ridiculous humidity causing me to have 3 showers per day. However, I have had time to see a few more places in this stunning country, with James. I have been working with a girl aged 3, teaching her English and doing childcare tasks in her family holiday home. It has the most unbelievable views, and I have had a new experience which I have learnt ...
... them as today started off with some rain and was cold. So, we took a drive out into the countryside, did the shopping on the way back and stopped for a lunch of 4 courses; Salad, then Mussels, followed by Octopus and Squid Paella, Spanish Flan ( Caramel Custard) a bottle of wine and coffee. All for 10 Euro each.
Thursday 28th. It's chucking it down today and very windy so it's a day in for us. We can't really complain as this is the first real ...
... us all to the factory.
The factory is in a small town just north of Valencia. We arrived fairly early and found ourselves in the first tour group of the day. Most parts of the various figurines are molded plaster. The more complex pieces have several different molds. When each piece is rigid enough they are "welded" together with additional wet clay. The figurines are then painted by hand and ultimately fired. One part of the figurines that ...
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