Apartamentos Los Juncos
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... counter, we later found out they were just there for storage reasons but hey we enjoyed them... So at the late hour of 9.30pm but after a 9hr session I exited stage right and left the boys with muted jeers of the club opens at 11pm until 4am..! Good luck boys I thought and walked back home... I believe it was 3am that they returned weary from their outstanding efforts..!!! Needless to say the golf the day following was ...
... a challenge reading certain books that were older or more poetic and had words I was not familiar with. At the same time, it was a good challenge that really got me working on my spanish comprehension!
I have realized through studying abroad just how universal English is. At a Erasmus welcome meeting i went to September, I was shocked that the guides/organizers were all speaking in english - ...
... the coast path in the opposite direction into the town of L’Ametlla de Mar. This was a very traditional spanish town with narrow streets and a few little bars with the ‘old boys’ sitting outside in the sunshine. The town also has a fishing port which it turns out, has the largest tuna fishing fleet in the whole of Spain. There is also a tuna farm just off the coast which we could see and this organised day trips where you could go out and actually swim with ...
“Oh we’re off to sunny Spain”……The time had come for us to leave our beloved France where we felt comfortable, could understand the language and read the road signs. We needed to head to Spain for the warmer climate, more campsites that are open all year and another two workaways that we had booked.
It only took us 45 minutes to get to the border, Mandy was ready and waiting with ...
... speeding up when we though we were catching hints of some sort of live music.
It was coming from outside a couple of stalls that had been set up and as we got closer we could see a group of people with bagpipes and drums and others eating, and drinking what looked liked cider. Now we both like cider and it turned out that this was being run by Asturians, the main cider producing region of Spain so we bought ourselves a bottle, watched the barman serve it properly ...