Parador de El Saler
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We drove through Valencia seeing millions of orange trees in full fruit. The town clock said it was 21. It was lovely and warm in the sun but still a cool breeze about. We found a camping site down near the beach. The man on the gate didn't speak English, after a few minutes of gesturing we entered and found ...
... Spanish men don't like to talk about, for all I know, one has to tread carefully in a different culture.
I have passed a few hairdressing salons (female) but they always seem to be closed in the daytime, and I figured maybe women have their hair done after dinner, say at 10 pm, in Spain.
Well they could for all I know.
Once, last week, I walked past an open doorway of a salon that looked promising until ...
... end of the street was the Falla for the Musafa district, and I must say, it was incredible. Beautifully crafted, it was the size of a 4 story building and featured a native Aztec man and women and beautiful creatures surrounding it. I still can't believe they are going to set the whole thing on fire.
Today was the PAELLA COOKING COMPETITION. Sadly enough, I did not eat paella, but I had an absolute blast cooking ...
... for us! Yum!! After lunch we went in a boat ride on the Aguafera Laguna to see the barraca house which is a traditional fishermans home. They served us a small dessert, like a pumpkin cake and Mistela moscatela turis, vino de liqur. On our way we became stuck in the mud! They off loaded 1/2 of the boat onto another one of which was me! Finally the got the others to the shore and got the original boat unstuck only now for us to be stuck!! The original boat ...
... is more modern and bustling than Barcelona and offers tourist sights like Europe's biggest aquarium and a huge sea port. 11 km South is the Park Natural LAmbra that has drive in theatre and fishy restaurants. Road cycling and running trails. Beach front with small towns every 5 km. Paella is a local dish stir fried rice with meat, vegetable or my favourite shell fish. Usually served for two with white wine and mussels- originated at Par delMar town. Best food deal ...