Hotel Bahia de Santander
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We have breakfast in the conservatory which is almost as grand as the dining room. The porter brings the car round from the parking to load up. Its not exactly sparkling in the sunshine but its a whole lot better. we set off to get the ferry at Santander to take us to Plymouth. It only takes about five hours actual driving. It could have been less if Mrs. Merkel ...
... shore but not overpowering.
The campsite is geared mostly at Spaniards who use it as their summer 'house'. They have small caravans with awnings attached and more awnings outside that so that the entire plot allocated to them is covered. Some were so well fitted out they had timber flooring in the awning.
I shuddered to think if a fire broke out as they are all so close together.
Luckily further up the site are spaces for overnight visitors like us and ...
... normally I'm not someone who likes looking nature or culture. But I saw the most beautiful places, Im going to add many pictures since I took so many. In the evening we went out for dinner to celebrate, we had amazing paella. Check out that picture too ;) I am sorry for slacking off on the blog, I've been quite busy with homework and just everything. But I hope to make it up to you all in the next few days. I love you all, ...
... sounded like young girls learning to surf. Yes that is correct. They seemed to be learning how to float on the board and paddle. not much else was possible. There were also some surf lifesaver groups training. Atleast that involved running and swimming. town appeared to hold a few nice buildings but given the numbers of similar we had seen recently and the need to get wet while wandering we gave it a miss. ...
... Since I knew that I wasn't the only one frustrated about her sexism I asked her to discuss it in culture class with everyone. So today she did. She started by showing us an opera video on which there was a Spanish women named Carmen. Carmen is seen as the ultimate Spanish women, flirtatious, doing household, being sexy and always busy with seducing men/ busy with love. After this we spoke about women's rights she ...