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... schon relativ ausgeprägten Spanischkenntnissen in mein
Au-Pair-Jahr gegangen, da ich schon sechs Jahre Unterricht hatte.
Dennoch habe ich, und das würde ich wirklich jedem empfehlen, einen
Sprachkurs belegt. Dieser fand zweimal die Woche am Abend im 30km
entfernten Pamplona statt und hat mich beim Lernen und Perfektionieren
sehr gut unterstützt. Auch um Leute (evtl. in deinem Alter)
kennenzulernen, ist ein ...
... and a man responsible for paperwork and lending a hand wherever needed. This was quite the operation! Also in this barn there was a ceramics room; pots, mugs, things of all shapes and sizes. The older woman who works with the pulp and press is also a ‘ceramist’. In another room was where one could buy juices, all locally pressed. There was every juice imaginable; apple, elderberry, red/blackcurrant, carrot, quince, strawberry, beet, ...
When my host family asked me if I would like to go into Bremen I responded, 'Well of course!' We planned to go on Wednesday, but not just any Wednesday; the Tag der Deutsches Einhet (or German Unification Day). The reason was because this was a free day, no school and no work. We made our way through the countryside to Bremen via one of my favorite German institutions; The Autobahn. Even though it is almost completely like ...
... not attempted it yet. Sorry I have not been keeping y'all in touch, but I have had my hands full beginning school (deserves its own entire entry ), adapting to my new family, and making friends. I am having an absolute swell time here in Germany; more posts will ...
We all enjoyed a sleep in. As it was raining we decided to ride the bikes into the city centre for some final sightseeing and shopping.
First we had a shopping expedition in Karlstaadt Sports. After a few hours and 4 pairs of shoes and 2 shirts we got away on our walking trip.
A visit to the Schnoor, the oldest part of the city. Small half timbered houses and narrow cobbled streets was a fitting end to our ...