I finally meet a friend I've never met. "We locked eyes from a block away and started running toward each other."
There are definitely no pale princesses in this book, and kids are asked directly to rethink their own ideals in a tangible, easy-to-grasp way.
Physically, we arrived two weeks ago. But mentally, we have just now really landed.
How to Find the Right Paella OK. Paella. Marc told me I could call ahead and reserve a paella, so the next day, at 11:30am, I call the restaurant we've chosen from this simple list with just four suggestions for places in Valencia where you can get a legitimate paella. Apparently it's easy to walk … Continue reading Operation: Paella (Part 2)
By 1pm we realize we are not ready for Paella.
The morning after traveling from the U.S. to Spain and getting to bed after midnight, I woke Bilingual Baby up for her first day of school.
Today we board a plane for Valencia, where we'll stay for six weeks. Traveling Alone to Spain When I was sixteen I stood with my mom in Guanajuato, Mexico, on the rooftop of the Instituto Falcon where we were taking Spanish classes. Earlier that day I'd met a girl in class my age from the … Continue reading Summer in Spain