Monday, June 15, 2015

Extracurricular activities 15.06.2015 - 20.06.2015

Summer is fast approaching! Meanwhile, we say goodbye to the spring and its rainy days enjoying all the extracurricular activities for this week.

You can see below what we have planned for each day:

Monday 15, 5:50 pm: DIY postcards workshop – We are heading to a very special stationary shop ( where we`ll craft our own postcard to welcome the summer and where we’ll see that 'imperfection is beauty’ :)
Approximate duration: 1 h.

Tuesday 16, 5:30 pm: Theatre workshop – At Espacio Almargen we’ll attend a theatre workshop where we will learn a variety of theatre exercises in Spanish.
Approximate duration: 2 h.

Wednesday 17, 5:30 pm: Horse riding – We’ll enjoy a spectacular horse riding along the Ribera del Duero. An experience you shouldn’t miss!
Approximate duration: 2:30 h (round trip transportation plus 1:30 h riding).

Thursday 18, 3:40 pm: Zumba class – Do you feel like doing some zumba? Our Spanish teacher, Lourdes, will give us a class and we’ll have a good time with her.
Until such time, at the link bellow you can find a playlist with some recommended songs so we can practice: 
Zumba playlist
Approximate duration: 1h.

Friday 19, 7:30 pm: Tapas tour – We put the icing on the cake at the end of this week tasting some excellent tapas at some of the best bars of the city centre.
Approximate duration: 1:30 h.

Saturday 20: Excursions – We have some great destinations for this week-end’s excursion!
Aveiro, La Alberca, Arribes del Duero and Ledesma.
Further information at the reception desk.

Please don't forget that you need to sign up for each activity at the reception desk (in order to reserve your place). The minimum number of participants required for each activity is usually three. Unless otherwise stated, the meeting point is Tía Tula school.

Try to participate in as many activities as you can; they are designed not just for you to have fun, but also to improve your knowledge of Salamanca and Spanish culture, and to put into practice the Spanish you have learnt in class.

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