VirtualTourist.com will close on Feb 27th.

Please save any personal content and exchange contact info with other members you’d like to stay in touch with. Thank you for your contributions to the VirtualTourist community.

Haarlem Travel Answers

change location

Looking for a group in Haarlem

by laiaveronica Online Now Apr 7, 2010 at 6:26 AM

We are 2 spanish girls in our thirties living in Haarlem and we are looking for a group of people to practise English, Dutch and Spanish.
If you are interested, we can arrange an appointment by e-mail.
Come on and join us. Let's become a nice and outgoing group!

Quote & Answer
3 Answers
  • pieter_jan_v's Profile Photo

    Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Apr 7, 2010 at 8:52 AM

    I'll keep you in mind if another VT-meeting is organised (you could organise one yourself).

    I already had many encounters; including Spanish speaking people (I speak a little Spanish myself too).


    PJ

    Be the first to rate this answer!

    Was this helpful? Quote & Answer
  • Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by laiaveronica Online Now Apr 9, 2010 at 11:00 AM

    Thanks for your answers.
    Pieter, could you give us some tips? What is actually a VT-meeting? We're just new in this. ;)
    By the way, any ideas about things to do around are welcome!

    Be the first to rate this answer!

    Was this helpful? Quote & Answer
  • pieter_jan_v's Profile Photo

    Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Apr 9, 2010 at 12:28 PM

    Have a look at the VT help on meetings at:
    VT Meetings

    Upcoming meetings can be found at:
    meetings.virtualtourist.com/...


    You can follow my trail of VT-meetings from:
    "My first VT-Meeting" - Brussels Travelogue by pieter_jan_v
    Mind you, it's a long trail!


    Just think about the idea of setting up a meeting that somehow suits your wishes. A Dutch meeting will automatically attract people speaking Dutch and English and often members speaking other than these languages are involved.
    A typical meeting starts with a meeting hour (can be extended to even 2 hours),
    a site/attraction seeing and a joined dinner. This is not a must. I try to think how we can involve more language practising in a fun way.


    PJ

    Be the first to rate this answer!

    Was this helpful? Quote & Answer
Your Answer
Advanced Editor View Guidelines