Today we woke up at 9 o’clock in the morning and had breakfast and then got ready for the summer camp excursion what means that we will certainly have a fun day ahead.
When we were all ready we got on the coach and headed to Gibraltar! When we arrived, one hour later, we all piled off the bus and went to the passport control. Suddenly we were in the United Kingdom! Read More
[:en]Today we woke up at 9 in the morning as every morning and went to have breakfast before having Spanish class at 10am. After the break we went to the Market to fill out sheets of paper about the different items that you can buy there. When we came back, it was lunch time and after lunch, I went to the adventure activities. Today the activity in the summer camp – discover Tarifa’s nature. Read More
My first day in Tarifa as a summer camp blogger started at 9 in the morning with breakfast and after we got changed and brushed our teeth.
At 10 we had language class for everyone, so we got divided into two groups, the people who were here to learn English went to one classroom and the people who were going to learn Spanish went to another. In the class, we spoke in Spanish and did a few different activities about what type of things we liked to do and what we didn’t like to do. Read More
Teen-summer-camp Spain, Hannah-from-Scotland
For our 2017 teen summer camp spain we’re delighted to host a new camper, Hannah, who will be keeping a diary of her experiences in Tarifa throughout the summer camp and sharing this via our blog. We’re excited to introduce Hannah to our other teenage campers on the first day for endless fun, socialising activities and adventures. In the meantime, get to know more about Hannah by reading our questionnaire below. Read More
Travelling is great. It inspires, broadens the mind and creates a global community; but sometimes the tourism industry can have a negative impact on the world’s animals and environments. That’s why we’ve created an ecotourism adventure especially for teenagers from 14 to 17 years here at Lenguaventura!