My host family in UK
3 mayo 2009
Pongo aquí el post que he escrito en el blog de mi college. El post original está aquí >>
Hi everyone!, Today, I would like to speak about my home in Hastings. I didn’t know, that the general name for the family of the students is “host family”. This word is curious for me because in my job in Spain, everyday we speak about “hosting” and “housing” but of mainframes (big computers!), not of people.
HELC has found my family in Hastings. I was some worried about living for one month in other home, with people who have other habit. Now, I’m very, very happy because my family is fantastic. The name of my “english mother” is Judith. Judith is a lovely person. She cooks better than the most important cook in Spain, Ferrán Adriá! This Tuesday, she made brownies (one of my favorites cakes) and yesterday cheescake. I have eaten pasta (I tell her that the pasta is my favorite food) and other great english meals. I practice my low English with her and she corrects me for I learn better. I eat better than me own house in Spain! (normally, I cook everyday, and I haven’t a lot of time for cooking).
The bedroom is very nice, with a table for studying, bathroom, TV (I don’t watch TV, but well), double bed, broadband conection (internet). It’s fantastic, internet is very important for me, because I need it for working when I come back to the home, after the English class in HELC. My experience with my host family in Hastings is insuperable.
Here are photos of my neighborhood. See you!
Mi primer post publicado en UK / My first post in UK – (Hastings)
30 abril 2009
Hi, today I have written my firts post in the blog of my college. It’s here >>
I am studying a intensitive plan for a month in HELC (Hastings English Language Center)
Hoy he escrito y publicado mi primer post en el blog de mi colegio en Hastings, lo puedes ver aquí >>
My first “running moment” in Hastings
27 abril 2009
Here put the picture of my first “running moment” in Hastings. Although it is a city with beach, there are a lot of “cuestas”; the “cuestas” are great for me daily training!.
The track is here: http://es.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=368505