El Jardin de Carrejo Hotel
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... often referred to as "green" Spain. As you climb higher into the mountains you see lots of corn crops, more livestock, it is very green, with many wind turbines dominating the landscape. The excellent roads have great sounding names like Autovia del Noroeste, Autovia del Cantabrico and Autovia de la Plata. We cross over viaducts, some over 2km and go through tunnels of the same length. You notice changes in the style of farm houses, the red roofs disappear ...
... bus route was just brilliant - it took you through gorges, past sheer cliff faces, alongside mountains and farms etc etc.
We got to Fuente Te and took the cable car into the clouds. Shame we were unable to see the last 150 m but nevertheless it was excellent.
When we got back to San Vicente we enjoyed some local delicacies. A most enjoyable day.
Today was such a bittersweet day! After class, where we watched Nueve Reinas, we grabbed some coffee and headed to the "end of the semester" ceremony. There, a few of our friends played songs (such as Country Roads) and we were given our diplomas.
It is so sad leaving here! I finally got into the groove of waking up ten minutes before breakfast, rushing to get dressed, eating crescent rolls, going to class for 4 hours, eating lunch, napping, ...
... battle with cancer in the past couple weeks. He dedicated a song to him, and I almost cried when he played it. He then played a Newfoundland regional song about traveling and making friends and then returning home. It was awesome because before the ceremony he taught all of us how to sing along, so it was lively and a lot of fun. Next, one of our friends on our trip from WV, Curtis, stood before us and sang country roads. Of ...
... life. We love Spain, but sometimes the thought of home is tempting. After coming back to the dorm, it seemed like today would end as an average day, but never does that happen in Spain I suppose! It is Santander's festival week, and as I was in my room, we heard fireworks! It was truly spectacular. I am really going to miss this place when we leave Saturday! It is as if every day is a new opportunity ...