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... and many employers are now interviewing in English and making it a requirement that employees can have an understanding at the very least. There is even a new law in all Spanish state schools coming in which means that all teachers must teach their specialist subject in English one hour per week. This means all of my students are so varied; teachers, children, policemen, lawyers and even babies.
I have been in Valencia for 8 months now, and I still feel ...
... alongside the attractive sandy beach. Although there's a campsite near the hotel, we find ourselves in a very refined and elegant area of the resort. It is interesting to see villa after villa right on the promenade, dating from the early 1900s, well kept and restored, and without the graffiti that blights so many Spanish towns. We are a little taken aback at the lack of restaurants, but decide that this is because we are ...
... so! In a world where everything is regulated and politically correct, where kids are wrapped up in cotton wool and houses sanitised to within an inch of their life, where you can't simply have an accident anymore without enquiries, investigations, blame and scapegoats, where politicians have to resign because they are human and have foibles like the rest of us....suddenly we are in an environment where authorities allow hundreds of bonfires to be lit through all ...
... of the bonfires....these are hundreds of bonfires in the streets of Benicassim. To hell with health and safety, in this small enclave on the Spanish coast, tradition wins every time! Most businesses and many homes build a bonfire within a small ring of sand and strike a match. By the way I have not yet come to the most dangerous bit!
What we have next is the Animals Parade. The link between this and the saints is rather tenuous but ...
... city square, which was starting to fill up with tourists, lunch goers and pigeons.
We continued to wander the streets, till we got to the large city park. Spanich families were entertaining their children on the swings – children Ethan's age were playing soccer, their skills amazing.
We caught the bus back to the ship for an afternoon ...