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Getting around has been phenomenal. Cabs are cheap, buses are very accessible, and most appreciated, the aforementioned pedestrian friendly infrastructure. Today, we found out how easy it is to travel by train. We strolled into the station in Barcelona, not knowing a whole lot of Spanish, and found ourselves on the first train to Valencia. It was a …
... new beginnings and defining your inner self.
Whether I believe that the planets are actually influencing me or my personality is still to be determined. But, what I do believe in is self discovery and self improvement. Setting a New Moon intention gave me a goal and also the confidence to trust in the journey ahead of me.
Peace & Love,
Michele & Sauce
... site. Valencia is a city steeped in history and legend. It is also home and winner of the 33rd America's Cup held in 2010 and has hosted the Formula 1 from 2008 to 2013. Today we headed back into the city to go through the Cathedral of Valencia, the third largest Catholic Church in the world, the only church visited by every Pope ever named, except the newest, Pope Francis, but I expect it won't be much longer before he ...
... for Valencia we are basically in the suburbs so unfortunately there were no taxis after our shopping which made it a challenging walk home in the heat with 18 litres of water and other groceries. Then the rest of us hit the pool which was quite dirty. Fortunately 5 of the 7 have pools so some maintenance was undertaken and just kept our heads out of the water. The view from the roof is spectacular as we are on the 14th floor. The rest of the evening was spent enjoying the ...
... did. Why does the American system keep our kids so delayed in maturation? OK, sorry toning down again.
Class was cool. Teacher 1, Rafa, 36, Spanish teacher went easy and went slow. Teacher 2, Anxata(?), went muy rapido, very fast, like the Spanish do and passionately urged us to do the same. It was like good cop/bad cop. At the end of the bad cop session, homework was optional. Good cop/good cop!
It was bit darker as sunset was nearing. I tried to ...