Silken Puerta Valencia
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... well 90%) has the same curves that require a slightly higher pair of jeans, same dark but fair features, same eyes, same nose, same lips, same yellow but slightly blue skin and same fashion sense. Yup same fashion sense of plain white shirt and jeans the one day then crazy pattern gypsy fashion the next. They are slightly more toned unfortunately which I'm going to attribute to my laptop lifestyle and Irish ...
... increase in women’s conception of their own self worth. This increase in self worth could be responsible for more women actually reporting incidents of domestic violence than previously. This spike in reporting would result in misinformed data that would suggest an increase in domestic violence when really there was only an increase in the reporting of domestic violence.
Through the Spanish propensity ...
... in Spain as America. So of course now being the Georgia Tech student I needed to crunch some numbers and compare some consumption and costs between the two countries.
The average Spaniard, being the environmentally friendly being that they are, uses only 6,523 kWh/person/year. This came in at about 88% of the average usage of the EU of 7,409 kWh/person/year. The beefy American pounds back an average of 13,049 kWh/person/year. At literally twice the usage of the ...
... ease in a place you have spend a lot longer than many other locations.
In short, I love being a wanderer. Roaming continents and cities, and being in love with places I have yet to visit.
Everyone is able to have the ideas of becoming a traveller, but making it a reality can seem difficult. Wandering paths never walked can be the greatest adventure, and makes you appreciate the simple things a lot more.
... the talking was in Spanish we still loved it. The dolphins were doing all kinds of jumps and tricks. Definitely a highlight of the day.
Our last full day here we went to the las arenas beach. It was about an hour and a half walk. The beach was very big. We went for a paddle in the water, had lunch at one of the beach side restaurants, walked along the beach, and spent some time just relaxing.
Before we knew it we were packing our bags and off to the next ...