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Travel Blogs from Fuenlabrada
Yesterday was my first day of classes.
Of course I had to ask somebody where the
building was but I got there with about 5 minutes to spare. I met Tomás there
and was really glad that I would have a IES friend in class with me. There were
about 15 people in total in the small group fluid dynamics class. Three of them
were American and one of them was from Iceland. Also I was the only girl. The
... and Rober and their mum and Rober's son with the same name. It was all Mexican - wraps with heaps of different sauces and spices and the most complex nachos I've ever seen! They had three Mexican men come in with their Sombreros and full outfits, two with guitars and one with a trumpet, who all wanted me to wear their Sombreros. I was then given a Margarita - which I may have enjoyed more if there wasn't so much salt and a 'drunk ...
... arches in the middle of the road.
The meeting was in an ex palace (I think). We met Monica there and basically just went over everything we did in the Australian orientation. The view from their office though was beyond amazing and the sun was setting too which made it even better- I was so ****** at myself for forgetting my phone but I took photos on Nat’s phone which I still have to get off her.
We caught ...
Elche, which is close to Alicante is a wonderful town. It is famous for its palm gardens which date back hundreds of years. There is a particular garden called “El huerto de cura” – “the priest’s garden” named for the priest who saved the original palm grove from destruction. It is relatively small but is utterly beautiful and has so many winding pathways, and an interesting commentary on the audio guide that it is quite easy to spend a couple ...
We have decided to do one last ramble to the Placa de Catalunya this morning to catch our Aerobus to the Airport. It is a lovely Saturday morning ! I must say, the Spanish do not stress about flying. When arriving at a Spanish airport you go to a specific assigned counter to receive boarding passes and check luggage. There are virtually no lines and that makes for a very breezy trip through security. No one takes off shoes and there is no angst waking ...