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Topic: jobs in spain
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Topic: jobs in spain
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Rebecca

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jobs in spain

Hey,

I have just finished an epic trip around the world, surfing Bali, Oz, Nz and South Africa. I am now back in England trying to pay back debts, but planning my next adventure. I am thinking about doing a year in Spain, surfing and trying to save a bit of money or at least survive. I am a yoga teacher and specialise in yoga for surfers, where would be the best place in Spain for some decent waves and the chance of getting a job? My Spanish is pretty basic, but I am hoping this trip will improve my skills. I have heard good things about Mandaka!! Is that a good place to get work?? many tourists there? Any advice is welcome,

Cheers



By:

james3d

RE: jobs in spain

What about the Canaries? I was out there for a bit and there are quite a few centres for yoga, and other things ie pilates. You need to be good at Spanish and even some German there, as that would help a lot.

By:

xavi

RE: jobs in spain

Hi !
I think you'd better enjoy going to the canaries as the other boy said, cause surfing north of spain can be quite hard from november till march because of the cold and bad weather.
Mundaka is the most famous spot there but I have heard that it's not much regular, so I'd settle myself in a town not very far from there or even in the city of san sebastian, where getting a job won't be a problem.
good luck!




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