Apparently I had too many pictures for just one post- oops 😛 These window slits are designed to allow archers to shoot out of them while making it hard for projectiles to get in. Pretty sweet, right? As I was exploring the remnants of rooms/chambers, I looked down and saw the many different footprints in … Continue reading Sagunto (part 2)
As promised, here are the pictures from our visit to the ancient (as in WAY older than the United States of America) city of Sagunto. We walked up through winding, narrow streets to the recently restored Roman theatre, then proceeded up some more to the ruins of a castle. On the way we stopped at … Continue reading Sagunto (part 1)
I've begun to realize that even if I posted a entry every day, I still wouldn't come close to capturing my experiences here. So much happens so quickly!! However, pictures help, and I have quite a few from various tours of the city! Before I share a gratuitous amount of photos, I'd like to recount … Continue reading La ciudad y más…
That's right, I'm here in Valencia! Thankfully, I didn't experience any flight delays––I am one of two chicas to arrive on time (out of six). The others will hopefully arrive within the next two days. If this happened in the States, there would be a lot of stress, but I am already realizing just how … Continue reading Estoy aquí en Valencia!
It's officially the new year, and I honestly don't know what to expect from it. I have an idea of how it might go: one semester in Spain, working during the summer, and then one semester in Jordan. However, James 5 cautions about planning extensively, for we never know what the future holds. Nevertheless, barring … Continue reading T minus 6 days
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