Avda. Hermanos Felgueroso, 28, Gijón, Asturias, 33205, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gijón

How can it be Easter already!

A travel blog entry by jessie-7


... because the characters had strong Seville accents, I thought it was really good fun.

  • - Went to the hairdressers (after making sure I knew exactly what to say) and didn't come back bald or with a mohawk.

  • - Read lots of Harry and at times became quite antisocial because of it. But how can I be expected to go and meet someone for an English class when Harry's surrounded by dementors! I'm almost half ...

  • Carnaval in the sun

    A travel blog entry by jessie-7


    ... and wandering around the Old Town where the city's youths had gone to congregate. It was still quite early (by early I mean around 11pm) so the streets were filled with teenagers of about 16 carrying litre bottles full of alcohol. It made me feel old!
    We parted ways and I was back in my flat at about 1am, which is pretty decent for a night out in Spain. I had a cup of tea and read a bit of the Chamber of Secrets which, by the way, is just as awesome ...

    Chucked in at the deep end

    A travel blog entry by jessie-7

    ... first.
    We went out for lunch later in the week with a visiting flute professor from Holland. I had sat in on part of one of his lessons and, as someone who used to play the flute, I was very impressed. Lunch in Spain is the biggest meal of the day. To start I had a salmon salad, next I had pork chops with thin chips and then arroz con leche (cold rice pudding) to finish. It was amazing but I was so full afterwards! I normally just have a sandwich ...

    Snow, sand and The Sound of Music

    A travel blog entry by jessie-7


    ... been battering the UK recently. The beach at Salinas is apparently the best one in the region and is about 3km long. We walked along the sand round to a headland where you could see the angry waves surging among the rocks below. It would be nice to go back when the weather's not so wild.
    I like it when you start the weekend thinking you won't get up to much, then by the end you need another two days off work to recover from all the excitement that unexpectedly presented ...

    Erasmus+ stress

    A travel blog entry by jessie-7

    ... going back to university in September and being in a class with students who have spent the entire year in France is a pretty scary one. It's also eye-opening getting to experience the Year Abroad process from the point of view of a member of staff.
    So that's one Erasmus+ deadline down and two more to go. I fear the worst is yet to come as the number of documents the students need to hand in increases every time... I'll keep you posted!


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