It’s summertime and Valencia is looking gorgeous as it bakes in the sun. Luckily being on the coast we don’t get the extreme temperatures of inland Spain where temperatures of up to 47 degrees were recorded last week in Cordoba and Granada, we had a much more comfortable 31 degreesContinue reading
There are many reasons that a person decides to settle in a place to live. Family ties, inertia and work are three of the obvious ones. However over recent years Lifestyle Design has become much more important. As we become more mobile and the world is shrunk by better communications in terms of both the internet and transport connections we have greater choice in life. If you are able to make a choice and are not tied down to your traditional hometown or a life driven by work and commuting why would you choose Valencia? Well, we have put together a not so short list for you. Let’s present, just for you, 112 Reasons to move to Valencia.
I was left stunned last night because after so many years I have never seen a nighttime Mascleta. I will be keeping an eye out for them in the future for sure.
A friend of mine has a spiffing new camera and he used it to take some great photos during Fallas. I thought I would put them up on here so you get an idea of what great photos can look like taken with a decent camera. ie not mine 😉 So thanks for these Wayne and one day I will get a decent camera too and you can teach me how to use it.
Fallas is here.
Those words mean a lot of things in Valencia. Fallas means the start of spring, it means the ending of the cold period that is the short winter here, it means huge models in the street and roads closed all over the place for the huge models to be placed on street corners all around and it means that, this year at least, the children get a whole week off school, just before another two weeks off school for Easter. (Last year the two ran into each other)