This group of foreigners were engineers, programmers, PhD students, researchers, scientists and university professors that came from all around the world to participate in an event called GEOSTAT – a summer school for PhD students (and those who feel alike) that periodically travels around different universities of Europe. The 2010 edition of the GEOSTAT was held from 28.06. to 02.07. at the University of Extramadura in Plasencia. This event is organized by Tomislav Hengl in cooperation with Victor Olaya, the local host of the summer school. As the last four summer schools, GEOSTAT 2010 consisted of 5 days of lectures. The first day of course was common for all participants, while the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th days went to parallel sessions, and the 5th day was reserved for the workshop. My (unofficial) report describes in detail the three sessions that I followed, while the other three sessions I only describe from what I got from other colleagues.