Posadas de Espana Cartagena
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... there and screams. Cute Daniel, the artist, who is forever stealing my board pen and drawing all over the white board. Vacant Marcos who will eventually play chunky-bully-side-kick to the manipulatively good-looking psychopath in high school, his eyes occasionally flicker with life as he gives me an answer in Spanish before returning to standby mode.
Leaving the worst to last, Pablo. Pablo requires a paragraph to ...
... de Salinas where for a very reasonable €13.50 the three course meal included two bottles of wine for the four of us. Everything you need is here and compared to the UK things are better value and even in October the temperature was in the rather pleasant mid to high 20s - I can see the appeal for so many people especially as the beaches are close by too.
There are some hazy memories from our time with Gavin and Wendy, I think we ...
... it re-enact the battle between the Romans and Carthaginians, when the Romans invaded this area while Hannibal was busy attacking Rome. It seems like the entire city takes part; we went to watch one of their processions and perhaps a thousand people in hundreds of different costumes marched past, with war drums and occasionally acrobatics performed by 'slaves'.
The attention to detail and effort that goes into this festival ...
... help from the secretary we frantically photocopy pages upon pages of text books while she wanders around the place, joss-stick in hand offering good energies into all the classrooms and chanting 'Don't worry, be happy!'. She's not the one who is going to be covered in little dusty sandal prints in an hour's time.
I was halfway through teaching a pre-intermediate class an upper-intermediate lesson (because it was the only book the Academy had as the lesson began) before ...
... br> north coast of Spain. New territory for us, and we did find a couple of decent
beaches away from the main coastal "resort" towns which are appalling places. You
would think you were on a different planet, and not just across the border from
France where they make an effort by using flowers to soften harsh streetscapes.
Spanish rural villages have at the very least a good sized
church (full of appallingly gruesome, and ...