For the last two weeks, our campers have followed the same routine every morning. First, we wake up to the latest chart hit (or a One Direction song), then, we have a little dance (or do some exercise in the field) and finally, we tuck into breakfast and talk about the night before or the day ahead (while Edurne fills her cup with 2/3 of the Cola Cao) and with today being the last day here at Fuente Alberche we weren’t going to break from tradition.
Entradas con la etiqueta Campamento de Inglés
After last night’s party extravaganza, the students were surprisingly quick to rise this morning. Being the last full day on camp, nobody wanted to miss a second of the action. Breakfast was bustling – the chatter of the campers filled the dining room as talk turned from the events of the previous night to the day ahead. What were we going to do to make the last day as memorable as possible?
This morning the students woke up to a different beat—jazz standards! Although it was the first time many had heard such music, they seemed to quite enjoy it and were pretending to swing dance—until Andrea took over the CD player put on the ubiquitous One Direction song we’ve heard every day here at the farm. However we have another group of students who every morning go out with monitor Ales to warm up and practice kung-fu out on the farm.
Fresh from a long night’s sleep, the campers were awake and ready in a record breaking twelve minutes this morning, a stark contrast to yesterday’s thirty three minutes, and as promised we were going to do a healthy morning workout in the field. We had press ups, sit ups, running, skipping and all other kinds of stretches to clear our minds and set us up for the day.
Today the children woke up with only one question on their inquisitive little minds—“what time are we going to the swimming pool?” Luckily the teachers and monitors had some entertaining ways to keep them distracted before class.