Hello friends! Welcome to another episode of “Being a tourist in my city”! (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, read more about the series here!) This time around I recorded some clops of out outing and put them together in a little video… my first Vlog?? I would say yes! 🙂 I think I did a pretty good job editing, the video matches the audio, #soproud.
In case you didn’t know, I’m currently living in sunny Valencia, Spain. It’s a city with lots of interesting buildings and lost of history! We decided to go up the Miguelete tower, a massive tower wight in the city centre, which you can only walk up (no lift!!) 207 steps later we were at the top (we had to stop to catch out breath every once in a while!). It was CRAZY how windy it was. I look some photos of my hair wild like above and sent it to some people saying I was doing bungee jumping, and they believed me! ha!
I love doing these posts, as I trully enjoy spending the day wandering around the city and look at the city with tourist eyes, appreciating what we have aound us! This is another view of the towewe went up to! Love the contrast of the cream building, while couds and blue sky. 🙂
From the top of the tower, we had the most amazing views of the whole city, incredibly. Totally worth while!
More flying photos… yaaay!
And here goes my new video, hope you enjoy it, let me know your thoughts!!
EN: Wow, these photos came out nice and bright, just how I like them! Fallas, incredible local festivity celebrated in Valencia, Spain (where we’re currently living) ended yesterday, it’s been great. The weather has been incredible, nice and sunny. Yay! You can read last year’s Fallas post here!
ES: Estas fotos han salido muy vistosas, como a mi me gustan! Fallas, la increible festividad local acabaron ayer, ha estado genial! El tiempo ha acompañado, bonito y soleado. Podéis leer mi post de Fallas del año pasado aquí.
This is what I wore to walk around the city, watch a “Mascletà” (firecracker show), see fallas, eat pumpkin “buñuelos” (like fried doghnuts, yum) and do the ussual “touristy” things. 🙂
Ésto es lo que me puse para pasear por la ciudad, ver fallas, Mascletà, comer buñuelos de calabaza y hacer lo típico que hacen los turistas (como buena guiri que soy, ha!)
This is one of the fallas which is near where we live. It truly breaks my heart that they burn them down on the night of the 19th of March. The details on the monuments are incredible!!!
Ésta es una de las Fallas que hay bajo de nuestra casa. Se me parte el corazón saber que les prenden fuego la noche del 19 de Marzo. Cuántos detalles tienen los ninots!!These shoes are seiously the best investment ever. They are soooo comfy and look great with pretty much everything! Who doesn’t love this monochrome trend? I do, but I couldn’t find a dress a liked until I found this dress from Primark in the KIDS section for about 5EUR, suuuper score!
A quién lo le gusta esta moda monocromática? A mi me encanta, pero no había podido encontrar un vestido hasta queme crucé con este en la sección de NIÑOS de Primark por unos 5EUR, yay!
Do you buy clothes from the kids section?
I ussually go to HM and Primark kids sections! 🙂
Dress: Primark Kids (5)
Cardigan: HM (12)
Denim jacket: Vintage Levi’s (10)
Boots: Coltrane by Jeffrey Campbell (135)