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Travel Blogs from Noja
... didn't think I could have so much fun and also learn so much at the same time. One of the guys from Extremadura even told me that my Spanish is very good! I think the biggest problem with me (and most people when they are not comfortable speaking a second language) is that it just makes me so nervous to put myself out there and speak my broken Spanish - especially to people who know I sound kind of silly sometimes. But there is no other way to grow. So, from now on I am going to ...
... very interesting to watch. Everyone was wearing red scarves around their necks for whatever it was that they were celebrating.
After leaving downtown, we decided to spend the rest of the afternoon at the beach. Tomorrow we are going to the west coast for the day, so stay posted for more exciting details about our trip :)
... D! We met up with Rusty (one of our other very good friends here!) and went to the beach. Yesterday, I found this amazing part of the beach with mossy boulders and rocks filtering and trapping the water, making it more blue and warm! I had to go back today!
Unfortunately, it got too cloudy. The sky looked ominous so we headed back to the dorm. I am still so happy with the time we spent there.
Today couldn't have been any better!
Until next time,
... Laura a text and then sat on her front step playing Candy Crush. Luckily, ten minutes later her boyfriend Alberto showed up and let me in. He showed me around the flat, and then I was just left to do whatever. I had to find a place to stay in Oviedo for tomorrow night, so I did that, and then I thought it was time to head out and see Santander.
I got my own set of keys for their flat and caught the bus back into the city. I went back ...
... misconceptions about the US with us - for example, they thought all we do in the US is sit on our front porch and shoot anyone who steps on our lawn. We had a laugh and explained that it was simply a stereotype. Anyways, it's been fascinating not only getting to know Spanish culture, but also the cultures of other countries around here.
Nos vemos :)