Intertur Hotel Hawaii Ibiza
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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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, ...
There continue to be days where I wonder what possessed me to accept this placement in Ibiza of assisting with the teaching of English to high schoolers. This placement on an island that nearly completely shuts down after September. On this island where I am daily among those who speak not only Spanish (Castellano), but also Catalán, those who speak little English and various other languages of the world. In a climate where outside you will be warm in the sun and chilled ...
... 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.