Archive for the ‘Tips’ Category

  • 10 Things You Must Do in Valencia

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    Valencia is a very sunny city in Spain, good old Europe, and my most recently discovered passion.
    This is a short travel guide to the City of Valencia, which lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, and is the departure place for those going to Spain’s famous Ibiza Island, by ferry.



    I am sure that throughout this lens you will find some information that will fire your desire to at least get a weekend break to Valencia, if not end up doing like myself here, and I have been living in Valencia, Spain for a couple of months now.
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  • Programa Fallas 2012

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    Si hay un mes del año en que Valencia brilla más que nunca, ese es el mes de marzo. Es entonces cuando las temperaturas empiezan a suavizarse, los ratos de sol se alargan y el invierno poco a poco comienza a abandonarnos. Aunque, sin duda, si por algo se caracteriza la capital del Turia y toda la Comunidad Valenciana en estas fechas es por vivir sus fiestas más tradicionales y emblemáticas:  las Fallas.

    Este fin de semana son los días más importante y que más eventos acogen dentro del programa de Fallas en Valencia  2012.
    Para ti toda la información de las Fallas 2012 para que disfrutes de todos los eventos de las Fallas sin perderte un solo detalle.

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  • LAS FALLAS DE VALENCIA 2012

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    Las Fallas takes place between the end of February and the middle of March and is basically the fiesta of fire! Las Fallas actually means ‘fires’ in Valencian. During the festival, the population of half a million inhabitants increases to about three million pyromaniacs.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 20 awesome travel jobs and how to get them

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    Maybe after several years of cubicle-shackled service  you were handed a pink slip; maybe you left your job because you loved it so much it was beginning to dominate your life. Regardless of why, you’ve come to a realization – you want to travel, and you want to earn money while you do it. You have options.

     

     

     

     

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  • How to: Prepare for a protest

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    A  guide for what to bring, what to wear, and how to prepare mentally, physically, and emotionally when heading into a protest.

    THERE ARE MANY REASONS to participate in a protest. Maybe you need to let your government, or a company, or someone know that you disagree with what’s going on. Or maybe like me, you’re a photographer and writer, and you just want to get out there and document the happenings. If you’re foreign-based, like I am, the US government advises against participating in other countries’ protests, but you probably already knew that.

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  • 5 tips for couples moving abroad

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    In a Baskin Robbins in South Korea, I once met an American couple who were new to the country.

    They were teaching together, living together, and spending all their time together. I had given them a simple Fellow Foreigner Nod, but they waved me to their table and hit me with an outpour of pent-up observations and questions and stories. We had fun, despite the weird “thank God there’s someone new” vibe.

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  • 7 Tips to Planning a Great Round-The-World Trip

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    The RTW traveler: a breed of road veteran surpassed in experience perhaps only by the steely-eyed, scarf-wearing newspaper foreign correspondent.

    The idea of round-the-world travel has been gaining traction in recent years, with more and more people, from a widening variety of age ranges and backgrounds, deciding it’s not only possible to add a big trip to their life-plan but to do it with an economy that doesn’t force them to struggle for survival when the trip comes to a close.

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  • Valencia Fashion Week :7,8,9,10 Sept

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    A new appointment in the Agora of the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias in Valencia, to present proposals for the upcoming Spring-Summer 2012.

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  • 8 ways to find cheap flights

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    Some advantages of the Internet are the ability to compare prices in different places doing few clicks and purchase products and services without leaving our seats.

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  • Learn Spanish with your iPhone.

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    IsayHello

    IsayHello

    Have you ever been stuck for words on your holidays? Well, our friends at iSayHello have a travel phrasebook for the iPhone and iPod Touch that can help you out!
    They offer a full range of handy little travel apps that will do the talking for you. Go to the relevant theme, select a phrase or word and there you are. There’s also a translation tool on the app, so you’ll always be able to say what you want.
    11 compact themes are covered in 11 languages –English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Chinese and Russian. Why don’t you put your Spanish to the test and get the most out of your stay in Valencia’s Nest hostels?

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