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Monday, January 21, 2019

Extracurricular activities 21.01.2019 - 27.01.2019

Our extracurricular activities are here to improve your Spanish and to get to know the Spanish culture, always from a fun point of view. Happy week!

Monday 21, 16:30: Spanish movie - We start the week with a good Spanish film session. Don't miss this opportunity to improve your Spanish.

Tuesday 22, 8h30: Chocolate con churros - We will have a delicious chocolate con churros at Manolita Café Bar, before starting Spanish classes.
Approximate duration: 40min

Wednesday 23, 19h: Language Exchange - As every Wednesday we expect you in our Spanish-English / English-Spanish exchange at Manolita Café Bar.
Approximate duration: 1h

Thursday 24, 18h30: Cooking Class - In our cooking class this week we will learn how to prepare a great paella with gazpacho. Want to join us?
Approximate duration: 1h 30min.

Friday 25, 19h50: Yoga Class - We will go to practice the basic yoga postures in the center of Nela, the old and beloved teacher of Tía Tula.
Approximate duration: 1h

Saturday 26, 22h30: Las Noches de Manolita - We recommend you attend Manolita Café Bar to enjoy the magic of Laura Escuela's oral narration. All the info here.

Sunday 27: Excursions - Come to the school secretary to know the destinations we will have available for this weekend.

We remind you that it is necessary to sign up at the secretary for each activity to reserve your place (the minimum number of participants required is normally three people). And we remind you that the meeting point - unless otherwise stated - is always the Tía Tula school itself.

The activities are designed not only to entertain you (this is guaranteed) but also to improve your knowledge of Salamanca and Spanish culture, and to put into practice the Spanish you learn in class.

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