I'm rather excited about my stroke of genius (it doesn't happen often) ok, seeing as I am already living in a small town in Spain, I have decided to go up to the ayuntamiento (town hall) once I have completed my 100hr to find out if I would be able to hold English lessons there! If it's a no then i'm going to ask some local bars.
Seeing as I have no money whatsoever and they are always crying out for English teachers in these small towns it should be minimum cost for me. This, I aim to be a temporary thing until I can get some money together to move on to Granada. I can also search of work while working, get some much needed experience and fatten up my skinny C.V!
I know of a woman who did something similar in a tiny town and I mean TINY until the town hall decided to renovate the office she was using but until then she was successful.
Before I even considered teaching English out here I was advised to go to the local primary school to teach after school, I was unable to at the time but they were desperate for an English teacher this could also be an option for anyone searching. Generally Spanish parents are very aware of how important English or any extra study time is for their children and are willing to pay to enrich their children's English skills.
I'll keep you updated on how it goes. Has anyone else found work this way? I'd really like to know how it went, where you were etc.
Bye for now, I am going to design some flyers ;)