Spanish hike day out!

Spanish hike day out!

  • Date: Saturday, August 31
  • Time: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm

Organizer

Noelia Carracedo

Price: £35
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Event Description

Join teacher Noelia, our lovely Galician Spanish teacher and nature lover in a day full of fresh air, beautiful landscapes, delicious food, lots of walking, y mucho español, ¡por supuesto!

We have chosen the incredibly scenic route of Henley via Stonor Circular walk, where you will get to discover your own country, and the stories behind it, in Spanish. We will make sure to prepare plenty of engaging activities to keep you chatting intensely for one day, while enjoying a well-deserved time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

This is an activity designed for Spanish learners of all levels. The fee payed includes:

– The Spanish guidance of a unique day out with a professional Spanish teacher
– Material design to keep you chatting and engaged, and learning lots of new and useful vocabulary
– A beautiful 4-hour hike – 14 kilometers – adequate for all levels of hikers
– The round-trip train tickets (the train ride is about 50 minutes each way)

The lunch and drinks will be payed separately by each participant.

We will depart from London Paddington Station at around 9am and will return around 5.30pm. Exact times will be shared once we get closer to the event.

We have limited availability for this event, so please make sure to book as soon as possible!

If you are a Battersea Spanish member, remember to use your special members discount!

Who's Attending

9 people are attending Spanish hike day out!

  • cathy hough
  • Jonathan Tross
  • Jo Hammond
  • Carmina Masoliver
  • Orla Douse
  • Paris Jordan
  • Aleksandra Ilieva
  • Kate Long
  • Miriam Lopez Serrano

Seats

Spanish hike!£35.00A day in nature speaking mucho español!

Frequently Asked Questions

Noelia Carracedo

¡Buenas!Noelia Carracedo Spanish Instructor I am Noelia, a Spanish and Italian teacher from Galicia, the greenest corner of Spain! Growing up in a bilingual environment – speaking Galician and Spanish – made me curious about languages for as long as I can remember. I studied Modern Languages at Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Spain, before gaining a Master’s degree in teaching languages at the Università per Stranieri di Reggio Calabria.

For me, languages are the instrument for human success and understanding, as well as the link that keeps us in touch with our own culture and helps us discover new ones. They are also a lot of fun! ¡Hasta pronto!

Venue

English countryside
Henley United Kingdom
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