El Hotel Pacha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... late, one girl was taking pictures of people she knew across the aisle, but what stands out most in my mind from this experience is how some of the people were dressed. As I was walking to the door, I saw two old ladies and a middle-aged woman get out of a car and start walking to the church. One of the old ladies had on 3 inch heels and the middle-aged woman had on the same or higher heels with a short skirt. As people were filing in, I noticed other ...
... in Spanish and then smiled. I had no idea what she was talking about but then slowed down and tried to explain that she noticed that I am doing the steps correctly, but I just need to put more umph into the steps and make them Flamenco steps. Everyone in the class gave me a smile and extended pat on the back. I was on cloud 9. Now, if only I can keep the steps when the quick tempo comes.
This brings me back to that song. After days like yesterday, ...
... I am very happy I reached out. He has the free time to sit around and chat one on one and I have the opportunity to slowly speak in Spanish without 3-4 other people having a conversation over/around me. Esta semana pasado, I also finally made the effort to acquire private lessons. Although I am looking forward to added time commitment and income, I am crazy nervous about how to conduct said lessons and worse yet where to begin! I know with time it will come mas ...
... into a basket and press out the oil with a large wooden shaft. I don't even know how to explain it, but it was so cool to see the steps and the fact that they take pride in carrying on the tradition by hosting the festival every year.
The dancing.. I was told about the dancing when I first mentioned that I was interested in taking Flamenco lessons and some of my students do the dance (the shorter videos are actually two of my students). It was so cool to be a part ...
... to formally learn a second, terms like present perfect, preterite, and present progressive have little meaning to you. And then you have to know how to apply them. I could conjugate all day long, but ask me how to use those stupid forms and I couldnt tell you.
Which is why today was spent making flash cards on which each of the verb tense forms mean and how they correlate ...