This morning we drove to mall L'Aljub.
(Aljub = The cistern (from Arabic) is a work repository aimed at storing potable water, coming from the collected rain of the rooftops of the houses habitually, that is lead by means of pipes. Normally it is underground, totally or partially.
It is usually built with bricks attached with mortar. The internal walls are usually covered with a mixture of lime, sand, iron oxide, red clay and lentil resin, to prevent leakage and the water's rot that it contains.)
In L'Aljub we did some shopping for us and dogs and I took this selfie outside. Then we visited another car dealership spoke some more Spanish (we will get some feedback about our current car next week).
After that I did some gardening and some yoga.