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CHEAP STUDY« on: July 23 2006 05:07:00 »
I'M PLANNING ON GOING TO LA CUNZA, SAN SEBASTIAN IN SEPTEMBER BUT IT'S FAIRLY EXPENSIVE. ANY IDEAS ON WHERE TO STUDY SPANISH CHEAPER IN SAN SEBASTIAN?
ANYONE GOT ANY ADVICE ON AN ENGLISH GIRL GETTIN A JOB??
I KNOW IT'S PROBABLY NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE BUT I'M DETERMINED TO GET ONE !!
RE: CHEAP STUDY« Reply #1 on: July 24 2006 02:07:00 »
To get a job: Apply to English language schools in Donosti. Type 'academia de ingles en donosti' in google and send them an email or better still phone them. You don't necessarily need qualifications. (I didn't). If you don't want to teach, your best bet is to sign up to an 'agencia' like Adecco. You could always ask around in bars, or teach surfing. Ask at Pukas.
Learning Spanish: Hang out with Spanish speaking people. (Difficult in Donosti as it's full of 'guiris').
Learning Basque: Sign up with AEK. The courses are good and relatively cheap.
RE: CHEAP STUDY« Reply #3 on: July 24 2006 10:07:00 »
Guiris are fat English birds!!!