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... we lived to tell the tale.
After breakfast, the washing, etc, we headed out and managed to negotiate the bus service which is actually a lot easier to work out than the Brisbane Bus Service. The first stop was the Museu de Belles. Arts de. Valencia ie the Art. Gallery We saw another superb range of art from the 14th century on. It was founded in 1913 in a building that was a palace built ...
... occasional waves of septic air or agricultural smoke catch us off guard. It’s easy to pass judgement on the pollution, corruption, graft, and indifference to the health of the environment in developing countries, but they can't afford this luxury. Spain is a developing country again. Spain ruled then fell and what seems to remain is a proud presumption that it's reign will return. Presuming it will return, doesn't make it so, and this truth is tightly wound in the faces I see ...
... improving construction and tourism in Spain. Zapatero ruled from 2004 to 2011 and increased LGBT rights, reconciled past, put women in the cabinet and made abortion legal up to 14 weeks.
In these ways, the economies of Portugal and Spain were shaped by the progression and the rulings after their periods of dictatorship. Both economies continue to grow each year as tourism becomes more prevalent and the finances of the countries are ...
... a drumline, composed of about 20 people of all ages, sizes, races, genders, you name it, they were there. There is something animalistic about a drum line that draws someone to it. The beating, the wildness, the dancing. I fell in love.
La banda is just the beginning. I have to say the biggest surprise was the fireworks. I didn't realize what my teacher meant when he said the streets would be a "war zone". Fireworks here are ...
... The people were extremely friendly though, and I went with a friend so I wasn't alone.
I've been cooking on my own. Yummy. Pasta and things. Also, everything I bought has been ridiculously fresh and delicious.
I think I'm going to like life here a lot. It's a lot like Tally to be honest. I have the same freedoms, the same choices, and the same drive. I want to travel a ...