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... Compared to the cathedral in Lisbon this one was HUGE and they were almost opposites. This cathedral was full of natural light and it was beautiful and beautifully shaped and I think that it was my favorite so far. When we were still looking up at the high ceilings and arches the organ started playing and it was unbelievable warm sound that filled the hall in beautiful beautiful beautiful hymns. I think that we stayed an extra half hour just listening ...
... him and repeated parts of the steps over
and over until right. They also have a pair of the ancient Przewalski horse. The breed dates back a few thousand years, closer to 100000. This are pretty cool, but
Anne is watching the dressage rider who has another rider and now a carriage in the ring, or
square, that makes the area a bit crowded with a couple of instructors now
standing as they all continue their routines. There is also an exercise yard where a few are now ...
The next day we traded cetaceans for horses. We drove to a stud farm (Yeguada de la Cartuja) to learn about Spain’s Carthusian horses. We had a tour of the farm and then watched a show where they demonstrated what the horses are like and what they can be trained to do. Among other things there were free running colts, a ‘cobra’ of mares, dressage, and a carriage race, but the very end of the show was my favourite. They brought ...
... Indian food, but for the most part we ate frozen pizza and Doritos as we were so busy with classes.
School was wicked hard. I am sure you’re thinking, well you already speak English, how hard could it be? Well, I had to learn a whole new education related vocabulary and teach my classes according to a rigidly prescribed method. Many of my classmates all had previous teaching experience and were far more ahead of the game than I was. ...
... finding charming little courtyards decked with colourful wall tiles and pot plants. When we came upon the central plaza we were delighted to find a beautifully decorated pink marble fountain, covered with colourful ornate tiles and enamel-work. Four frog-statues were dutifully squirting water towards the central column. The whole was surrounded by tall palms and orange trees. It was a joy to see and ...