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First, things we forgot to mention yesterday:
- We tried some dried figs that tasted pretty good (who knew Fig Newtons tasted so much like the real thing.
- Students made connections to A Thousand Splendid Suns when we heard about the queens and concubines killing the boy children to make sure their child was the oldest son (Whoohoo Ms Skoski!!)
- We saw cave homes built into the mountains behind the Alhambra ...
... the length of the city and offers a play ground for Valencian youth to sit, chat, climb and slack line between the trees. I slow down with a beer and baguette. Joaquín Sorrolla is the main man of the town. Crowned in street names, and an ornate casket in the monastery in Placa de museum, he is painter like Alfonsa Mucha. Golden boy of the city, angst ridden, exhausted by epic commissions to represent his nation. He spent ten years touring the peninsula, ...
... cucumbers, sherry vinegar, onion and salt. Blend it all together and serve! Easy, tastes Ok but soup to me needs to be hot, so not a huge fan Next onto the paella. This paella was different to the paella we know. It contained chicken, rabbit, onion, garlic, green beans, Lima or white beans, tomato, oil, food colouring or saffron, sweet paprika and water. Garnished with rosemary. While it was quite ...
... contain fountains and columns, others are pure greenery and pathways. The best place along the gardens is the playground. The playground is in the shape of Gulliver from Gullivers travels. The huge giant is tied down and children play around on him and use his shirt as a slide his shoes for climbing and so on. It is actually awesome and I got a few photos although it looked creepy taking pictures at a park without having any of your own kids so we quickly departed ...
Valencia has a more diverse population than I expected it to and very recently it hit me as to why this might be – Erasmus. I have met many tourists- especially Americans- just walking around the historic part of Valencia near our classroom, but I have met even more students from different countries. The second night that we were in Valencia our neighbor introduced himself to us. He was a British student from Coventry University that had been studying in ...