Hotel Osiris Ibiza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... big. And then I decided I didn't like the color. Then I was convinced that I should look passed those things and remember that things only get more expensive once the season starts. I asked a friend about it and he gave solid advice, but yet it was still me who had to make the decision. I couldn't. I don't want to. I want someone else to make the decision for me. I want to walk into a place and be offered a job because I'm qualified, not turned away because of where I come from. ...
Julie and I always knew that the week building up to my departure was going to be full of low key tension, and slowly building into something that could have been as volcanic as a relegation threatened premier football manager. Yet on the last full day on the island we managed to collectively connect with something very special...a reminder of who we can be together; equally as important we both managed ...
... 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. ¡Buenos ...
... high high heels with exposed legs and short skirts. Now, Im not playing prude or modest, as I have worn heels and skirts to church, but for some reason these ladies stood out to me. Maybe it was because in my mind its almost December, and although its fairly warm here still, above knee skirts and 3-4 inch heels that I would imagine a woman wearing to a fancy dinner or something that you would actually dress to the nines for, seems out of place for ...
... understand much of what is being said, I have noticed that Spaniards use their hands a lot and gestures to express meaning. For me, this is AWESOME! It helps me solidify the meaning of words while understanding what is happening in the moment. I am still having a difficult time feeling comfortable when everyone erupts with laughter and I have no idea what happened, but slowly I am picking up the language. Now, I just have to find my confidence to use the language to respond.