Petit Hotel Alaro
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... drive, we knew that it may be more secluded than other beaches and started to make our way through a small forest, getting bitten, thrashed by branches, and getting very excited as to where this might end up... Only to find after a short while that there was a perfectly manufactured pathway only 5 metres to our left! When we got to the beach, it was definitely worth it... Lovely sand, beautiful clear turquoise sea ...
I forgot to mention that this week we have a different teacher in class, David. He seems like a nice enough guy - the lessons are slightly different than with Javier but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Coming back to school after three days off and being surrounded by English and Scottish folk all weekend has really affected my ...
After such a long and heavy weekend, I spent the afternoon recovering by the pool in my new hotel, which was really lovely... But promptly got sunburnt in the process! Two days in Scotland was seemingly enough for my skin to forget the five prior weeks in Palma! Still, the pool area was great. Despite this, it's very odd being confined to the small hotel room for ...
The flight home was ok - pretty uneventful, which is the best you can hope for nowadays... Friday night, we met at a local pub in North Berwick with James' uni friends and other wedding guests. After a nice catch up, everyone was pretty tired and wanting to save themselves for the big day, so we headed back to the house that we were sharing. The next day called for a nice breakfast and a short walk around the village of North Berwick - a really lovely place with a beach and lots ...
I had to miss school today, pack up the apartment and head to Edinburgh for the wedding of Alex (James' uni friend) and Jane. I've been really looking forward to it, but it will be weird going home to the UK for a couple of days and still being somewhere quite different. I wonder how I will cope with ...