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More tales of Malaga!

When I first tried to find the Malaga school, I couldn’t find the road of the school on a map of the area. The reason was that I hadn’t been looking for a lovely little pedestrianised street, which is where you can find the school!

When I arrived the students were gathering outside the school buildings, chatting with their new friends before their classes started. I took some photos, but I had a little time before the school was expecting me, so I wandered down the road to the beach (literally no more than two minutes’ walk).

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Exploring Malaga

I really liked the Malaga by the beach school. Inside the elegant school building there was quite a ‘big family’ atmosphere, which I think was due to the small size of the school, relative to Malaga (Premium) at least. It is impossible not to be taken with the lovely gardens of palm trees surrounding the school – they provide plenty of shade so you can just relax!

The member of staff showing me around then gave me a confiding look and asked whether I would like to try a delicious fruit smoothie at a lovely little seaside bar that she knew. Naturally, I acquiesced, so we crossed the road from the school to the beach, and she led me to a little rustic bar with an open terrace overlooking the sea. I was spoilt for choice by their range of freshly squeezed fruit juice combinations, and we sat sipping our drinks while I went through my questions about the school, pausing occasionally to appreciate our peaceful surroundings.

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Join a student excursion in Malaga!

If you’ve planned a course in Malaga, don’t miss out on the excursions run by the school. Malaga is in such a beautiful part of Spain, and the excursions are the best way of seeing it! Our coach left from the Malaga (Premium) school at 3pm, and Victor the guide sat at the front of the coach with the microphone making everybody laugh.

Our first stop was the Caves of Nerja, which Victor explained had been discovered by some children playing in the hills relatively recently. These are some of the most historic monuments of the world, with archeological remains dating back to the Paleolithic Age (about 20,000 years ago). I don’t often visit caves and they were really not how I had imagined – there were certainly no tight spaces, but rather vast open halls with stalagtites, stalagmites, and columns. For example, the grand centre column in the Sala del Cataclismo (Cataclysm Hall) reaches a height of 32 metres.

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Arriving in Malaga for your Spanish course

I kept a diary during my Spanish courses in Malaga, and I had such a great time there that I thought I’d share my experiences with you!

I have travelled to Spain in the past but I had never been to Andalucia before. The excitement only hit on the way to the airport, but it was accompanied by a few nerves as this was the first time that I had really travelled alone. I think most students feel this the first time they go abroad on a language course, but don’t worry – you’ll be fine!

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In Malaga and having the best time!!

Well, I’m studying in Malaga and having the best time!

I’m living in an amazing apartment with the best view ever over the sea. I’m sharing the apartment three girls, one from Holland, one from Norway and one from Sweden. They are all so sweet and my room mate the Norwegian is so funny. We spend most nights up talking or killing mosquitos, which she is getting scarily good at! Heehee!!

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