ZT Valencia Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... U.S. Basically everything is just shifted a little later. During the school week, we wake up about 7:30 and leave
the house around 8:30 to get to school, which starts at 9:00. Everyone has a 2-hour break in the middle of the day for lunch, roughly 1:30-3:30. Even the kids have this break, which is lunch/recess time. It may seem like a lot of wasted time, but this long lunch break has deep cultural roots. In the past, students and ...
... big truck with a big hose and a group of you at a time got hosed down! Because there were so many people it was hard to even get to the hose so I ended up giving up with tomato still everywhere in my hair. We had to wait forever for our bus to get home in the ridiculous heat so the tour we booked wasn't really that good because I was so unorganised! But eventually we got back to Valencia and put some shoes on (because Adrian threw his out and mine were covered ...
... to be strong and independent. A guy at the club touched my butt when he was walking by and I shoved him and said not to touch me. He left. It was nice to not be passive about something that matters. A lot of girls don't care, and even more expect the guys around them to protect them at all times. I'm glad my older brothers and dad made me to take care of myself. Shout out to their awesomeness.
It was a good ...
... be.We meet in Placa de Mercado. There she is. Holding her camino stick proudly in her right hand, camino shell (the symbol) tied securely on the backpack, battle scars aplenty and sporting a tired but happy, content face. 800km in 41 days. Countless blisters, torrential rain, blazing heat, open fields of filled with emptiness, Pyrenees Mountains, fluctuating moods. Day after day. And all you can do is put one foot in front of the other. Just walk. I think back to my last year ...
... SF, but there are enough that I don't feel like an alien or some exotic creature here. I feel if SF was warm, it'd then really be very much like Valencia. The feeling of the city, not actually like each other. The bus city here in Valencia is way superior. Beach, way more awesome. Old buildings, check. Park space, check check. Accessibility, check check, and check.
Either I'm loyal or non-committal, I still possess the curiosity to visit other places.