Spanish Tour Diary - updated 19th June

Posted on: 19/06/2018

After breakfast we set off for the Academia New where the girls enjoyed a 2 hour Spanish lesson, learning about family, body parts and animals. Next, the group headed off to Cabârceno Natural Park. This is a naturalised space reclaimed from 750 hectares of a former pit mine, which is home to 100 species of animals from 5 continents living in semi free conditions. Whilst at the park we saw yaks, elephants, bears and camels and much more. The group were blown away by the spectacular birds of prey show. Here, vultures, eagles and falcons skimmed the tops of our heads - drawing squeels, screams and laughter from our group. Pupils then queued to have their photo taken with the birds, including Miss Ramsey, who faced her fears! We are now heading back to the hotel for dinner and quizzes.

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