Hotel Juan de la Cosa
Travel Blogs from Santona
... modern art I thought, but it didn't move me or provoke thoughts in me for some reason... Maybe cause we didn't have enough time to absorb her "world", I found it hard to grasp... Anywayyyys, our last night camping was close to San Sebastian, where we will spend the afternoon, and then go back home after more than 2 weeks in the Iberian peninsula. ...
... hang out with native Spanish speakers instead of with the Americans (who only want to speak English most of the time). My goal is to be able to speak Spanish dramatically better by the time I leave, and I believe this is the way to achieve that goal. Speaking Spanish inside the classroom but English in my free time will get me no where. This is exactly what our teacher, Lourdes, has told us since day 1 and I am so glad I finally took her advice.
... with Kalin - she's double majoring in engineering and Spanish - it makes a teacher happy to see a student doing so well and striking out to study abroad in only her sophomore year of college. We may or may not see them again tomorrow if we decide to head over to San Sebastian. Our plans are totally upo in the air except for "sleep until you can't anymore". And so I give you the only picture I took today, me and Kalin. ...
WEATHER: Rain, wind, cloud and cold.
Well we guessed our luck had run out with the weather but we took our guests on a long walk around Santona to see the surf beach, the bay and the fort overlooking the town.
In between ...
We explored the pretty town of Santona with a population of 12,000 people and enjoyed what we saw. The weather has changed to cloudy, cool and wet and so we experience our second only really wet day in our time in Spain!
Sadly Kath got a serious bout of gastro-interitis ...
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