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... lover, I was glad to see it wasn't all one-way! Unfortunately our bull did a hell of a lot of charging around for no reward at all, but I was pleased to see them herd it back in and bring a fresh one out when it became evident that it was becoming exhausted. The worst injury to the bull was the third and last one must have bitten its tongue when it charged the wooden structures, because it was salivating blood.
... of the long line of participants....led by the very young and gregarious vicar! Three laps again, but this time it culminated in traditional dancing right in front of Saint Thomas' church. After that we went to hunt out the churrozeria, as we had been advised to do so by Bonterrapark campers! This is like a donut except it is straightish and about 6 inches long. You dip it in hot chocolate...great taste!
All good stuff and great to see ...
... city square, which was starting to fill up with tourists, lunch goers and pigeons.
We continued to wander the streets, till we got to the large city park. Spanich families were entertaining their children on the swings – children Ethan's age were playing soccer, their skills amazing.
We caught the bus back to the ship for an afternoon ...
... on her own). We decided that we would have lunch there and, after getting our usual welcome from Susanna the owner, we ordered Paella which is cooked to order. Great company, music, atmosphere, food and drink. What a great way to spend our final day in Moncofa.
Tomorrow we bid the wonderful town and people of Moncofa farewell and move on to Barcelona.
As a reminder of our stay here I have included a few additional photos.
... went down to the Ryan Air counter. We had to wait until 18:00 before we could either get a refund or change our flight. We ultimately changed our flight to the one that was scheduled to depart at 21:00. The time to board came and went. Finally, at nearly 22:00 they allowed us to board a plane. We got to Madrid at around 23:30. By the time we walked to the Metro and made our way home, it was nearly 01:30. Other than the flight debacle, our Valencia trip was ...