La Canada De Horche
Travel Blogs from Horche
... Australia New Zealand is
proud that we were able to assist such a friendly and capable student as
Melissa towards a successful exchange experience. We are happy to be contacted
should any further information be required.
... Spanish' or when Nat lists the words that I do understand.
Despite Spain being tiny in comparison to Australia there are so many lanes of traffic and I've never seen a time when they are actually needed! The most lanes I've counted was 15 on the highway to/from Madrid but even residential streets have two lanes each way plus one lane on either side for parking.
My family is really conscious of me getting a cold (which ...
... out of class, Xing su, a Korean guy who only came for the first three days of the month and never returned to class, Roberto, a monk from Poland, and our profesoro Rafa, Spanish of course and who was admired by some of the girls in class. All learning Spanish for their own reason, some more desperate than others. The school had a number of 'immersion' activities (intercambios) organized for us, one of which was beginners salsa. So, of course taking ...
We travelled to Madrid by high-speed
train. Our hotel was very nice and in the dead centre of town. We did
both routes on the hop on/hop off bus, snapping pictures constantly
(not easy on a moving bus!). The city was preparing for the
homecoming of the Spanish soccer team that had just mad history by
winning its third UEFA ...
These past two weekends have been pretty busy but a lot of fun! 2 weekends ago AIFS took us on our trip to Toledo, Madrid, and Segovia. We left Granada a1 9am and headed towards Madrid, on the way we stopped in Toledo. Toledo is one of the most beautiful towns I have visited in Spain and it has a lot of great history and artwork to be seen. We went to the Cathedral, which is a museum within itself housing some many pieces of important artwork from ...