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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... a very popular spot and we walked for several kilometres looking at the buildings on either sides of the park and just enjoying the trees and the sunshine and the 26 deg temperatures. We eventually walked to some large, white buildings which looked like something out of a futuristic movie. Shaped like space ships and surrounded by water in large, blue bottomed pools, we felt like we had just travelled a few hundred years into the future. It was surreal. I ...
... really well with his amalgamation of lessons, homework and language exchanges. I keep working away at my writing project and my Spanish speaking confidence, and have enjoyed this month of being in our world here, where I start to know people and feel more and more that I can initiate conversation. I even got invited to lunch by two women at my gym!
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... The restaurant was basically in the same building of the night club that we ordered a table and 2 bottles. This made it very convenient. As Spain knows how to party, we were out until 9 in the morning, with a quick jump in the ocean before heading home. My flight was was 12:00pm, so a cab came to pick me up at 10:00am, at that point me and some other people just stayed up talking. ...
... my visit with their CIO on the 13th.
In Spain, healthcare is free for all. The quality of care is very high however; the number of doctors and available facilities is being consolidated heavily. The National Health System is organized into a 3-tiered system, with each tier offering a different level of care to their patient populations. The first tier can be equated to general wellness such as the care received from a primary care provider. ...
It is amazing, when travelling, to come across so many colourful and diverse people. It is definitely one of my favourite things about changing location so much. However, sometimes, you do tend to find yourself having the same introductory conversation three or four times a day.
"Hi my name is.. and I'm from...." "Where are you going next?" I've been in.."
Appreciate those around you, and listen to others as you like to ...