NH Puerto de Sagunto
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... little frantic as I had not seen a taxi the whole time and I wasn’t sure how I would get to my destination which was only 8kms away. Eventually I rang Sarah and she came to the rescue with a number of a taxi, the taxi arrived and within no time I was at the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour Autumn show with Team Yallambi, my accommodation is the sleeper bunk in the cab of the truck. I plan to stay a couple of days and then head back up to Valencia….
... already and all without phone access. Rune is now living in another area, and I was concerned with how he was to meet up with us. He's good. I told him when I would be taking the bus, then suddenly he hops onto the our bus! He is so good!
Today was the most chill day ever. We spent like 4-5 hours at the beach. Yeah, I'm already 2 shades darker than before. The weather was perfect, warm with a gentle cool ...
... a salad (tuna, lettuce, 3 types of olives, 2 types of tomatoes, 2 types of onions, caper berries, artichokes, radishes, carrots, eggs and probably something else), some tempura vegetables (we knew what this one would be) and cuttle fish with noodles and greens. We could have finished after the salad however the other 2 dishes were not too large so we were comfortably sated. Of course there was also some beer. Anne did not have Sangria here ...
... town boast one of our regular shopping places - the central market which is the largest market in Europe and very famous for its variety of fresh food, cheeses, wine, meats, veggies and so forth. It is to die for!!!
So we were right, the city vibe is so cool and there are a million things to do here. The metro system is easy to navigate and perhaps the cleanest thing I have ever ever seen. There are five lines and they take you anywhere in the city - including right out ...
Sometimes it feels like Spain is a country that pretends to work but never actually does. I can't count how many times I’ve attempted to run errands only to discover that the entire city is on lockdown for the apocalypse. I wish I was exaggerating. (Okay, maybe I am a little bit). In actuality, Spanish time is probably the one thing that confuses and frustrates me the most.
I learned pretty quickly that trying to run any errands between 2 and 5 ...