The last breath

Trip Start Aug 08, 2006
Trip End Oct 08, 2006

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Friday, October 6, 2006

So let us make it deep!
Woke up at seven and spent the whole day traveling: bus to Praha's airport; delayed plane to Barcelona; crossing the city by bus; train to Valencia; another train to Algemesí. Arriving at 22h I was obviously very tired, but I came to visit Juanjo (who was my first guest in hospitality club), and if you have ever met Juanjo you know that being tired means nothing when you are in his company. He picked me up at the station and immediately we were exploring his small town and then other nearby small towns.
And all days were like this: we woke up in the morning and, as he had to work, he gave me directions for visiting his or another nearby town, then he got three (!) hours of lunch and took me by car to a lot of different places, then on my own again until he left work and then again by car, until we had to go to sleep.
All the time with him the visit was really dense, as every stone has a story to tell, and Juanjo has listened to them all. And of course, he had to make me try every single food or drink they have in Spain and we do not in Brazil (like pumpkin for dessert, blergh!).
The visit to Valencia's region was really a good surprise - the capital is awesome, and even the small towns nearby have a lot of interesting stuff to see (like the castle in Xàtiva, for example). And then there was Cullera, the summer town, which was quite perfect: empty because it was not summer anymore, yet with perfect summer weather.
A quite nice way to end the trip, the land is really worth seeing and I got the opportunity to visit Juanjo.
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