Antigua Casa de la Bodega
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... a fairly sunny part of the world.
My second stop was in the southern part of the province near
the Andalusian border at the Castillo de Calatrava Nueva, the ruins of a castle
& convent spectacularly located on a mountaintop seemingly in the middle of
nowhere. The region around castle was awarded to the Knights of Calatrava in
the late 1100s, a group affiliated with the Cistercian order which won this
border region for the Christian ...
... of my favorite activities we would do with high school students was called the dance of love, baile de amor. We had paper hearts and bombs with different words written on them describing common characteristics of relationships. The students had a short amount of time to decide if the words described love or not love, amor o no amor. After all of the hearts and bombs were placed on either the love or not love side of the room the facilitator would lead a discussion ...
... Plaza Mayor, doing some shopping, buying artwork and eating churros with hot chocolate, yum!
That night we stayed in a hostel right downtown. Katelyn and I shared a room with a guy from Venezuela and another from China (or what I assume by the Chinese he was speaking during his sleep) . My flight back to Amiens left at 7:10 Saturday morning. Leaving the hostel at 4:30, I said a quick goodbye to Katelyn.
This past week was ...
... begun strolling around the streets of the town. My first impressions of the town were in was about as lively as a cemetery, however after reaching the Plaza Mayor, all of a sudden, my impressions changed. We now had people, noise, restaurants, theatres and vehicles to be seen, contrary to the literally empty streets surrounding our accommodation that made it feel as though we were staying in an abandoned city.
We had lunch in ...
Before I left Canada I really didn't know what to expect. After waiting for 2 hours at baggage claim, I realized that life in Spain is a lot slower than life in Canada. Once I arrived in Ciudad Real, where I will be living for the next 10 months, I encountered the next difference, the heat. Temperatures during the day can reach up to 40 degrees Celsius, and at night it only goes down to 20 degrees. This is a ...