SCHOOL TRIP TO SIERRA DE GRAZALEMA NATURAL PARK AND ITS SURROUNDINGS.
On the 31st March, we headed to Sierra de Grazalema, ready to spend an amazing long weekend. The first thing I could say about the travel by bus is the Sierra Nevada’s snowed mountains’ typical view, which were photographed by most of us. Later, by the time we were near “El Albedro” (the youth hostel in which we slept and left our luggage in the school trip) we discovered larges green fields where some animals like cows, sheep and horses were enjoying some grass which grew there. Likewise, before arriving to our destination, we looked at Jesulin’s house, a very famous bullfighter, due to the fact that he appeared in some Sálvame Deluxe programmes, among other reasons. Here, we can see a photo which shows “El Albedro’s” entry.
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COMPARISON BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: ECONOMY, MAIN PROBLEMS…
Great Britain is a large island in the north of the Celtic Sea with an area of 209,331 km². In 2011 the island had a population of about 61 million people and its capital is London.
The British climate is varied but in general there are warm summers and cold winters. In addition, the British economy is the fifth-largest national one in the world and its financial services industry is particularly important.
On the other hand, the Republic of the Congo is located in Central Africa, with an area of 342,000 km2, inhabited by 4,662,446 people; the capital of the Republic of the Congo is Brazzaville, and the country tropical climate is characterized by heavy precipitation, high temperatures and Continuar leyendo “COMPARISON BETWEEN GREAT BRITAN AND THE REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: ECONOMY, MAIN PROBLEMS.. (DIANA OLYVKO, alumna 3º ESO A)”