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I brought my climbing shoes on this trip, but I am quite a wimp when it comes to cold waters (which by my standards was quite cold). I actually get purply-blue when the water is like 65 degrees, so I was totally fine being the cameraman.
We also drove out to do some exploring and hiking in the Parc Natural de Mondrago.
There were four little easy hikes which brought ...
... a nice guy in his 30s who wants to improve his English (and help Doug on his Spanish) over beer. Deborah is doing her small amount of fall college consulting (mostly between 5:00 am and 7:30 am on Tuesdays) and chipping away at work on her book.
-- The boys report that four-letter words are liberally used on the school playground. While play is primarily in Spanish – the four-letter-words are from English. This is a bit of ...
... D'or a few times to drive and explore other beaches and along the way we found a few castles and some caves. Usually when we came across caves or a castle, we could explore most of the site without paying because part of the attraction was free to the public.
We have made a video of our last week in Mallorca. It is split in ...
... a long, arduous day on the boat, we rewarded ourselves with giant ice cream sundaes before heading home. A great way to spend my last day on the island. Despite everyone feeling pretty shattered, they were all good enough to meet up later for my farewell dinner and drinks. We ate at Zanzibar, drank in LAB and Prohibition, and finished the evening with a dance to some 90s tunes in Bar Cuba. As the flight home tomorrow was pretty early, we said ...
Last day at school... And thankfully Javier made it quite fun! We practised telephone conversations and played Taboo in Spanish which I think was a very useful way of practicing what we had learnt - and was good fun (no Lucking cheating tactics allowed!). At the end of the lesson, I was handed my certificate -140 hours of lessons! My progress is apparently just higher than a GCSE in Spanish - so nowhere near fluent, but not bad for 7 ...