La Herradura Spanish School and Residence
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... in for free without actually realising, then walked along the beach
promenade which I’m sure would be nicer in Summer. Eventually reached a park
where I was told I could ‘make nice pictures’ but no nice pictures were to be
found anywhere, then took the large walk across town to the football stadium,
which was surprisingly small/****. Shows how **** England are when you compare
the facilities, and how good the football teams are.
Once back at ...
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CZ: V Montevideu, hlavním městě Uruguay s 1,5 miliónem obyvatel, jsme poprvé využili couchsurfingu. Couchsurfing je komunita lidí na internetu, kde si lidé navzájem pomáhají s cestováním, poznáváním noných míst a s ubytováním v místech po celém světě. Tzn. couchem, kdy vám hostitelská osoba dá k dipozici část svého ubytování - couch. S prostou podmínkou, že vše je realizováno ...
We landed in Montevideo Uruguay on Saturday morning, and took a bus to the center of the city. It was morning, about 10 a.m. We were very impressed with the city of Montevideo, very compact and clean. The weather was perfect, about 75 degrees and clear and a cool breeze coming from the ocean.
On the bus to the city center, we got to meet and talk to one of the lecturers on the ship, ...
... des restaurants se remplissent vers 14h des travailleurs qui font une bonne grosse pause dejeuner (au moins 2h), les gens ne semblent pas stresses, et on ressent quand meme une bonne activite economique.
Apres le travail, la ville se transforme en club de gym ! Sportifs ces Uruguayens: course a pied, hockey sur gazon, roller, velo, skate, golf, beach volley... les habitants de Montevideo ...
... Spanish and those that don't. A lot of the gringos that can hold a conversation in the local lingo seem to consider themselves 'one of the people' more than other travellers. But they fail to see that while they may have Spanish in their vocabulary, they still have "Place of Birth: Oxfordshire" in their passport. They're no more a local than I am a raging lesbian sumo wrestler.
All in all, whatever the causes may be I've found people unwilling to communicate, almost like ...