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... to go with the teachers. When they were calling out the names they said some Chinese name like Li Chen, and I thought that they called my name (cause Chen sounded like Che) so I went up with the teacher and when she called our names for who gets what desk she called the Chinese name again and I noticed I went to the wrong classroom. I made a kind of stupid decision - I took
off without even asking the teacher where ...
... at the same time it was very liberating to know that they prefer not to use such environmentally dangerous things, maybe that’s why it’s much cleaner here than at home.
After the central market, came the Cathedral, where the Holy Grail can be seen. Of course there was some skepticism because there is no way to know that the Holy Grail is the actual Holy Grail, but apparently this one is Vatican approved, so it must be the actual one, or so they say. I ...
With the way I chose to live my life, sometimes making plans and decisions can seem an almost impossible thing to do.
Constantly looking for the next destination then changing your mind, and having a rough idea of all the wonderful places you want to visit yet ending up with a list too long. I continually learn new things about each and every place I go to yet somehow all this information never seems enough.
No matter where I ...
... That settled, we walked on and found Nevarro, reviewed in Trip Adviser as the best, albeit not expensive, restaurant in Valencia. We were seated in a full place after a little fuss ... I had rang and booked I thought. All this was done with great charm from the host. We were fortunate. From the time we arrived there hopefuls arrived and were turned away from the full house. The food was superb. We did get a great paella (Valencia being the home of paella) and while I don't have ...
... getting the Metro into the centre.
Valencia has a very pretty centre with lots of lovely old buildings, around a number of squares. We walked through a few, including past the old market (which was closed so we decided to visit in the next morning). We found a bar for a pre-dinner drink which had advertised "English night" (we later decided this was a meet-up for expat English speakers in Valencia). ...
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