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Today we were traveling to Valencia and the bus was due to leave at 8am. Maria woke up still with a little tickle in her throat. Today there were 3 buses since there were so many people all heading to La Tomatina. While waiting to get on the bus we saw Pete, so random, he is going to the tomato festival as well but staying in the camp grounds so we …
After picking up our rental car in Barcelona, it was time to start our gradual drive towards the south of Spain. We had booked a 'medium' sized car (as 'small' rental cars are not allowed on the motorways in Spain) and our wheels for the next few days turned out to be a very racy black Alfa Romeo, Giulietta. The drive from Barcelona to Valencia takes about three and a half hours, opting for the quicker toll roads, as taking ...
... not as many monuments and fountains. We went for a quick walk to the city centre and visited the Central Markets, which is full of produce and fruits, cheeses and more jambon. Very impressive and still struggle to understand why we don't have something like this in Newcastle. Newcastle Railway Station would be ideal! We bought a few olives and some peaches, but just outside was a guy selling Paella dishes ranging in size from about 200mm in diameter to about 1.5metres. We ...
... you spell it, and that was incredible, but this was different. There was swinging trapeze (mi favorito), a lion tamer, clowns, dogs, a horse, jugglers, etc. I felt bad for the dogs. You could tell that they were not kept well. But, the rest of the show was incredible. People amaze me with their weird talents. You can literally make a living doing anything you want. If you want to juggle for a living, turns out, that is ...
... don't want to include in this post. In the street we were on all the locals had covered the front facades of their houses with plastic tarps or mesh to defend them from the tomatoes. In the middle of the square I could see the leg of ham strung up at the top of the greased pole. At the bottom of the pole there were heaps of people climbing on each other attempting to get up the pole and be the first to grab the ham which would signal the start of the festival. You could see how far ...