English only in España?
Barbara and I volunteered, finally, to partake in a program called Vaughantown. It is a reverse-immersive English-language program for Spaniards who mostly understand the language but need to hone their English-speaking skills. Hence, we and a dozen others were put up at a resort in El Barco de Ávila for a week to help a half-dozen Spaniards. It was among the most rewarding cultural interactions I've experienced. I could do it again.
After a week, we returned to Madrid, took the train to Sevilla, rented a car, and drove along the coast to Granada. Among the stops was Gibralter, adding another country to the list. One unfortunate happening was when I took a wrong turn, found myself on a one-way street going the opposite direction, and had to make a three-point turn. Even with the help of a local, I scraped a wall.