Azuline Hotel Galfi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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I went to the only church in Sant Antoni this morning and experienced the second Catholic service in my life, this time in Spanish. Although I understood only words and no real meaning yet, I am happy that I went and had the experience. It was good to be in a church during service, but I have to admit I was wildly distracted by a lot of things. First by the set up of the church, which I have come to know through visiting many churches ...
... mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. Without a single thread of complaint, I ended up making nearly all of the dishes. As per usual, I was running around a few hours beforehand because there were things I still needed, but in the end... everyone was smiling, satisfied, and thankful. It was so satisfying for me to, in not so many words, have the approval of all these new friends over my food, that once they were all speaking in Spanish again, ...
... bone in the shade. Where the humidity makes it feel freezing inside, but nearly unbearable outside because the air is so heavy. Where said humidity reaches 95% and feels like it is choking you while running at 930pm but then the same night gives you chills and feels like someone dumped a bucket of water on your bed.
There are days similar to those I experienced in cada lugares en Estados Unidos, where I felt alone and abandoned by everyone in my circle. When I ...
... br> ~ Waves and wind.... x3 over a 2 week period. Its been crazy! This weekend had forecasted 40 mph wind gusts.. and I can confirm there were definitely something close to that...
~ Fiesta del Aceite de Oliva. A coworker asked me if I wanted to go to this festival and I, of course, I said "yes" but didn't really know what she said/what that meant. Well, it meant a home of some locals with the old supplies to make olive oil. And it was amazing. Each piece of ...
... continue to work toward making this stick in my memory!
I had a bit of a recoil since the last post with my spoken language, but I feel much better about going forward after my "research" and lesson today. That and I need to find people that are not only willing, but also available to have language exchange conversation so I can work on building my confidence, poco a poco.