Spanish Friday: Buceo


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spanish friday, latina-ish, learning spanish Today is Spanish Friday: Blog post in Spanish; English translation below.Ya nos inscribimos para las clases del buceo. Y tomamos nuestra primera clase (instrucción en el aula) esta semana. Te dije que queríamos tomarlas — y cuando tenga una meta, la logro!hawaii big island, kona, fair wind morning snorkel & bbq cruise, snorkeling, Kealakekua BayAletas.Yo no sabía si debería compartir con los internets que estoy tomando clases de buceo hasta que las termine. Porque es posible que no vaya a poder hacerlo.Las clases del video y el examen escrito? No problema. Pero las pruebas en el agua — en la piscina, el lago o las aguas abiertas? Yo sé que no hay una causa para miedo, ansiedad o pánico. Pero lo que sé en mi mente y lo que hago en realidad son diferentes.Vamos a ver. Tenemos que cumplir cinco clases de conocimiento, una práctica en la piscina y cuatro pruebas en el lago. ¡Ojalá que hagamos todo!¿Has buceado? ¿Cómo estuvo?English TranslationWe already signed up for scuba diving lessons. And we took our first class (classroom instruction) this week. I told you that we wanted to take them — and when I have a goal, I achieve it!Flippers.I didn’t know whether I should share with the internets that I’m taking diving lessons until I finish them. Because it’s possible that I won’t be able to do it.The video classes and written exam? No problem. But the tests in the water — in the pool, lake or open water? I know that there’s no cause for fear, anxiety or panic. But what I know in my mind and what I do in reality are different.We’ll see. We have to complete five knowledge classes, one pool practice and four tests in the lake. I hope that we do it all!Have you dived? How was it?

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I'm Natasha -- writer, runner and wife to a Foreign Service Officer with USAID. Current location: Frankfurt, Germany.

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