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... to hear the 'bangs' at the gunpowder concert! Back into the old town for welcome beer and patatas bravas. Off to spot more Fallas before eventually finding a space in a cafe to eat, everywhere very busy. Return to the hotel for a welcome two hours sleep. Out later to the dry river bridges to get a spot for the fireworks. It pours with rain but that doesn't detract from the display which is great. Back to the hotel bed by ...
... sports cars that mum and daddy had purchased them. If this was the Meditterenean we were both a bit disappointed. We got out of their quickly and spent the next 40 minutes driving past sky scrapers and over the top resorts reminding us of the Gold Coast, not our scene at all. We didn't really know much about Valencia except that jac had a friend from home who lived there. Mitch Leach and his georgous wife Laura along with Martina 3.5 years and ...
... and we took over the bar (which had 4 people before we got there).
Wednesday I woke up without a voice because I went too hard at karaoke/I was kinda sick. I had been coughing since the flight home from Paris. After school I went on an excursion for my Spanish class. We went to this really ...
... are even too heavily reliant upon the system. For example, on daylight savings time each year they set the clocks from 3 oclock to 2 oclock. For the one hour that will be "turned back" once daylight savings time begins, the hospital uses paper for patients checking-in, so the system is not filled with patients who are “time traveling.” According to the CIO, it takes days worth of formalized training to train the providers and their ...
... 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 ...