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... of 3-5 others create an exposition for a large part of your grade. I was in a group with 5 other girls and our topic was "Psychology: A Light for the Human Brain." Every group has to do their presentation multiple times for judges and the general public over a three day period in English and Spanish. I participated in my groups presentation but speaking in English because my Spanish is not quite up to par, especially since this is such a major project for ...
... stadium next to our hotel, even though the line was almost full circle around the stadium! Ecuadorian rock festival, ticked off on life’s list.
The weekend was spent in the Peruvian town of Mancora. It is a surfing town, with a quaint little strip of restaurants and tiny shops on its main strip. On Saturday, we checked out the local nightlife and on Sunday we had a relaxing beachside existence. For lunch on Sunday, Julie and I shared a ...
Ok so I am so behind on this blog so gonna make this short and sweet!
Banos was our next stop afer Quito, here we did some really fun things. We had our friend Tim and Nikki with us and made some other great friends along the way.
A volcano tour was first on the agenda at 9pm, we went up the mountains in the dark couldnt even see where the volcano was and deffo didnt see any lava!
White water rafting was a big highlight, I had never ...
... to the Spanish classes. We woke up around 6:30 to
have breakfast at 7. Classes started at 8 and the "classrooms" was pretty much
somewhere on the beach. Then we’d break at 11:30 for ceviche and juice. 12
meant back to class until lunch at 2:30. In this time we could eat lunch and
then go swimming or play ping pong or chess or go for a sail boat ride because
we didn’t have to be back to classes until 4:30. Our last Spanish class ended
... volcano is currently active and Lee and Leanne had heard it rumbling when they were here. Chris was keen to see if the stories were true and pushed on ahead to the top. As Lauren was nearing the top a loud bang similar to canon fire came from the volcano followed by a plume of thick grey smoke, the rumours are true. Back down at the statue the smoke was still pouring out much to Chris's delight. On the way back down we found the other path up the hill which is a whole lot of ...
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