Petit Palace Bristol
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... of the vanities! We flowed with the crowd towards the city hall....the last to burn would be the lion. Most of the city had got there first and soon a wall of people and security barriers blocked our way. Fireworks ejected from the great beast and the crowd whooped as flames began to lick upwards. His mane shook with fire and flames appeared in his eyes! The crowd, sated,turned for home, but I felt drawn forward towards the embers, the hoses of the bomberos ...
An amazing drive today from Granada to Valencia in some of the driest country we have seen since Namibia. Kilometres and kilometres of cork tree plantations and barren landscape with amazing rock formations and canyons, then you drop down into an irrigated valley with olive trees, citrus and grapes made for an interesting spectacle. How they farm this country year after year with little or no water was very intriguing. Some of the houses were ...
... a market which is nice. After the market, we went back to the hostel, grabbed our stuff and hiked on over to the train station to catch our train to Madrid. We got there a little early but guess who we ran into again? Yep, the guys from Wales! We headed for Madrid and they headed for Barcelona! It seems like a lot of the other travelers we have met are doing a similar trip but in the other ...
... experience. We even ran into a group from another college that consisted of a Vietnamese German girl, and a Caribbean Danish girl. We all got drink with the group and it was really nice. After the drinks Habib, Eli, and I received free tickets for a disco club! It wasn't very packed, and the music wasn't that great, but our new friends were really nice and fun!
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... terms in English and the basic rules of the game. I then separated them into 3 groups based on interest - swimming, soccer, and basketball. They had to come up with the words in English that they needed to explain the game and how it worked. We went outside with a ball and told them to start talking in English. I think it surprised them how hard it was as I ...