It ended with some rapid-fire admonitions: [Read more]
Having a little bit of leisure let me look up and see what’s happening in the rest of the world. [Read more]
The culmination of the long Fallas celebration, and of the long year of preparations, is La Cremá, the burning of the torches, or fallas. This begins with the setting alight of the infantíls at 10 pm on the night [More….]
This is the falla in the center of Valencia. El Guapo got quite a good picture, I think (even better than the main view on the Wikipedia entry for Falles, but then I’m a bit biased). As this is our first time in Valencia for Las Fallas, we’re not sure how everything works, but we’ve been told this is the last one to burn tomorrow night. Whatever the order, Moses and about 370 other fallas will all be burning down soon.