Posada Los Nogales
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... known as the town of 3 lies because
1. It is not saintly: Santillana del Mar
2. It is not flat: Santillana del Mar
3. It is not on the coast: Santillana del Mar
The town is also SUPER TOURISTY. Let me repeat…SUPER TOURISTY. I have never seen so many souvenir shops in one place! My God it was incredible! I also love that in every shop, they literally sold EVERY TYPE OF SPANISH SOUVENIR. If you had just traveled all through Spain, you could ...
On Wednesday, Savannah and I were sitting in the teachers room and one of the teachers, Carmen, invited us to her Sevillanas class at a bar named Bitacora. At first, I was like," DANCING CLASS....NOOOOOOO." I have taken one dance class in my entire life and I lasted one day. I attended one irish dancing class with Aileen and Meghan and never went back. But, Savannah and ...
... grades. Monday was the first day of these sessions, and to be honest, I thought they were going to be horrible! I imagined American kids going back to school at 4:30 on a Monday and having to sit through 2 hours of lessons. Sounds like the WORST DAY EVER, right? Actually, no!
The school is empty, besides 2 teacher and about 40 kids, so it is kind of cool. The school is quieter, so the kids are actually quite mellow. The teachers try and make the ...
... a button and the old man "pours" your cider. We want one desperately!! When I find one, I will post a picture!
BY THE WAY, if you want to check out my school you can look here IES Jose Hierro . I have been working to find lessons about the United Nations for kids...which is actually harder than I imagined! The english has to be super simple, which is ...
... one or two rogue middle schoolers that smoked secretly outside of school, but it was not at the level as here! Hordes of kids are smoking openly outside of school. Crazy!
4. It is apparently uncouth to not use the plastic gloves when buying your produce at the supermarket.
5. I tend to like the Spanish way of breaking up the day where the kids do not have a set lunch period, rather 2-20 minute breaks where they can go buy something to eat or just go ...