NH Ciudad Real
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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 ...
... and Reproductive Rights in Mexico. One of my main tasks was to read the daily newspapers and cut out articles on a variety of topics.... contraception, STIs, abortion rights, and feminicide. Feminicide is the murder of women simply because they are women. I had only been working for 2 weeks before I went to hear Mariana speak but I was already confused about the newspaper articles I was reading. My worldview, my upbringing maybe, did not allow me to understand why ...
... drinking, talking and listening to the music that was blasting out of the cars that lined the parking lot. Only staying for just over an hour, I got to meet some more of the students from her University, a very interesting cultural experience. We finished our night by Skyping our old roommate Natalie back at Laurentian. It was great for all of us to in a way all be together again!
Katelyn had Friday off of school for All Saints ...
... mayor with my head and stomach still feeling below par, before we went inside the famous theatre. The theatre itself was very interesting, and accompanied with the audio guides (which we tend to avoid mostly as they can be quite annoying and troublesome to carry), made the short experience well worth it.
We continued strolling around the character filled town, before we returned to the room at around 5:30PM. We relaxed for a couple ...
... for me as in Sudbury, where I attend Laurentian University, they are starting to wear pants as the temperature is already cooling down. Ciudad real is pretty much a ghost town between the hours of 2 and 5, because it is too hot to be outside as well as all the stores close for lunch. Thats the next difference, stores closing for lunch doesn't happen at home.
Ciudad Real is a beautiful city, filled with ...