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Mouet: Shades of Ruzafa

Mouet: Shades of Ruzafa

One cool way to refer to sunglasses in English is to call them ‘shades,’ and as the neighbourhood of Ruzafa continues in its quest to be known as Valencia’s Notting…

IES Serpis Discovers Alboraya

IES Serpis Discovers Alboraya

On Friday 19th December 2014 it was the turn of the students and teachers of IES Serpis to enjoy and learn all about the monuments, mysteries, legends, etymology, religion, millennia,…

Tai Chi in Valencia

Tai Chi in Valencia

Andrew Binnie was born in Liverpool in 1961, when the Beatles were getting ready to turn Liverpool into the centre of the world, as far as pop music goes, although…

Direct Mortgages SL: Life in Valencia

Direct Mortgages SL: Life in Valencia

The word ‘mortgage’, as anyone who knows any Latin languages can imagine, is connected with ‘death’. And although some people take one on like a condemned prisoner being fitted for…

IES Veles e Vents Visits L’Iber Museum

IES Veles e Vents Visits L’Iber Museum

30 students from IES Veles e Vents school from Torrent visited the L’Iber museum on 17th December 2014 to participate in Valencia International’s Hollywood and History collaboration, sponsored by Banco…

OUR CHRISTMAS PROJECT.

OUR CHRISTMAS PROJECT.

PRE- CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL PART I. We are 2nd GSIM (segundo curso del grado superior del ciclo formativo de  educación Infantil) Higher technicians in Pre-Primary Education in a Vocational Training school, “Faitanar”…

IES Malilla Walking and Talking Tour of Alboraya

IES Malilla Walking and Talking Tour of Alboraya

A group of students from IES Malilla and their heroic geography teacher Ángel spent a wet, muddy morning discovering monuments, mysteries, legends, etymology, religion, millennia, gastronomy, nutrition, ecology, ghosts, water,…

Atomity: Hal Does Your House Work?

Atomity: Hal Does Your House Work?

Everybody knows that the name of the rogue computer ‘HAL’ in the Stanley Kubrick film 2001 stands for ‘IBM’, and many of us have shared the nightmare of technological domination…

Hail Caesar! AVE Madrid!

Hail Caesar! AVE Madrid!

Valencia used to be a quiet, peace-loving place, but these days the Valencian tranquillity is facing a new threat to the triple ‘s’ success story of sun, sand and sangria,…

Q’omer: a Valencian, Peruvian Project

Q’omer: a Valencian, Peruvian Project

Juan David Escobar and Alicia Carpio are two Valencians who worked in Peru for two years, where they had many contacts with the indigenous populations both in the Amazon and…

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