Chovar and America's cup
Saturday morning I decided to go to the beach in Valencia, and then I thought it was a good idea to see what was going on there with that thing called America's cup, which in Spain nobody had heard about until some time ago when a Swiss sailing team (yeah that sounds really weird if you're not into sailing) decided to defend the America's cup from the Americans in Spanish water. Anyway, it was definitely a good choice to go there. Nice morning looking at the ships and enjoying my recently acquired semi-holiday status.
After enjoying the sunny morning I asked the patron of this yacht if he could wait for me and bring me to bcn on monday together with the Möet-Chandon drinking "milfs" that were on the deck of the small boat. He said he would think about it. In the meantime, I decided to go to Chovar to have lunch and enjoy two days of local festivities.
That one below was another option but I didn't feel like sailing to Barcelona. Best with motorized yacht.
I think it would be a bit long (and boring) to justify here the need or not of these kind of activities, and write about bulls and Spanish traditions. So the best maybe is just to put a small video so you can see how "bulls in the street" are done in Chovar. Good bye and enjoy!