I’ve been to Spain for 7 days!!! I am really excited. This is my first time to Europe. (I mostly traveled in Asia.) Honestly, Spain is not in my travel list but this one is really worth it.
Part 1 – Traveling to Aras.
I started my trip on May 6th and I spent more than 10 hours to Spain. I felt heavily jet lack and it was the worst!
First day, when we landed on Valencia airport, we went to motorbike shop and then we went to Aras, along the way, we stopped for a lunch time at Hotel Puerta de la Serrania. This was my first meal of Spain and Uncle Tom (who is very really nice and our leader of this trip) orders lunch for us. When the meals arrived, I was kinda shocked because they were huge sandwiches and we shared together. Honestly, I didn’t get used to have sandwiches for lunch. But that’s fine. I was okay with this.
After we finished lunch, we moved on to Aras.
It took about an hour to Aras, we finally arrived at Aras. It’s more like countryside to me. It’s calm, peace, beautiful and it’s very quiet. You can hear the wind blows. It makes you feels like “this is the peace that I am waiting for”. You also hear every sound of nature; birds, trees, insects or even the sound when people is talking. And the air is sooo clean, very fresh air. Besides, the weather is cold, it’s colder than I thought. I also love and hate cold weather at the same time. That’s quite frustrating to me.
The main purpose of this trip is about riding motorcycles, but due to I can’t ride any of it, so I just took photos instead.
So let’s the bikers do what they signed up for this trip.
For me, I went to Aras local town.
The local town is nice, I love its architecture and the color of the house. But we barely saw people, we saw only a small group of people in front of the bar and that’s it. One part is good, I like when I travel and see fewer people but on the other side, it’s creepy.
I think the best part of Aras is Almond Farm. I’ve never seen any almond trees before, it looks very familiar to cherry blossom trees. I love them so much.
We spent in Aras for 2 days and we moved on to Cuenca.
[Please wait for the part 2, thank you for reading. 🙂 ]