dimecres, 30 de març de 2011


Last Wednesday, a group of 20 people (formed by 12 students from 4th of ESO, 1 from 3rd of ESO, 4 from 1st of A Levels and 3 teachers), left to Céret, southern  France early in the morning. A three-days-long trip was waiting for us full of new experiences, vocabulary, new people, etc. On the first day, after our arrival at around 12 a.m. each one of us left to their friend’s house. In the afternoo, we all visited the famous local museum in the town’s city centre. When we finished the tour we had free time, so the French people organised a dinner party for us at a girl’s house. It was such an interesting night in which we had the opportunity to stablish new relationships with the students there. 
The next morning, we all got up early and, after having breakfast in the house we had slept, we left to the local theatre to start our rehearsals because at 10 o'clock all the plays were starting. Before lunch, we were espectators of three different groups. When we finished, we went to their high school and had lunch there (lentils and meatballs/salmon). In the afternoon our play was the first one, so with a lot of nerves we started. It went very, very well and we stayed there until 4 p.m. Later, some of us stayed in Céret, but others went to Perpignan and had a drink. When we arrived back in Céret, we got changed and went to a bar-restaurant where we had dinner. The food was very, very tasteful. The funniest thing was that while we were eating played table football. We all left at around midnight. It had been a fantastic day!
On Friday we didn't have to get up as early as the other days, the bus was waiting for us at 10 a.m. to take us to a lake with the French students. There we played basketball, football and other games and at around 1 p.m. we had our packed lunched. Afterwards we said goodbye to everybody and got in the bus. It took us to Cotlliure a wonderful town in the coast with a very nice castle. We had a delicious ice-cream and finally left home. 

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