Invisa Hotel Ereso
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... the apartment will make me appreciate this place, as opposed to drain me of every ounce of energy that I have after a morning teaching highschoolers. I know that I will get out and explore, as there is so much I have not found yet on this side of the island. Everything is that much more accessible and I can't wait to wander the streets to see what I can find.
Here's to the start of a new attitude on this island and life in the sun instead of the shadows.
... back, and how it is almost set up like a shrine. Lots of bright shiny colors up front and rows of very uncomfortable benches as pews. Then there is the side seating in little alcoves. Ill have to look a bit closer next time, as I arrived JUST in time for the service to start. I was a bit enthralled by my last minute spanish studies this morning and lost track of time.
Once service started I knew there would be a lot of up and ...
... 8217;t have cared less.
Then, last night at my flamenco class, we were reviewing a new step that was introduced on Tuesday. After a couple run throughs, everyone had their confused and frustrated faces on, including myself. I totally have it when we are going at a slower pace, but once we get it up to tempo, I lose it. However, as the teacher was walking to change the song for another part of the dance, she stopped and looked at me, rattled ...
... my hours at work and then come home to sit around wondering if I should make the call to meet up with people, or just wait to see if they contact me. Hay días que intento y hacer un esfuerzo, pero fallar por que un falta de comunicación.
Otras días el tiempo pasó y no noto estoy solo. I go about my business and busy myself with learning new words in Spanish, read from my never ending book in English, go for walks, attempt to go to stores before they close for ...
... days that I feel alone in the world is that before I arrived here, they too had a life which they must continue to live. I need to accept the calm and quiet of the days spent at home or on my own, and cherish the time that I am allotted with these people I now consider part of my family.
For those who worry about me, I am doing wonderfully fine and am appreciating this experience each day with its highs and lows. You may not recognize me, in body and ...