7 de junio de 2009


Y ya estamos otra vez, parece que nuestra vida se basa en estudiar, es prácticamente lo único que hemos hecho durante este curso…
Pero ayer me pasó algo genial, en uno de esos ratitos de descanso escuche una canción. A muchos les puede parecer una canción normal, una canción que quizás yo no escucharía nunca, pero aun así me encanta, no por la música o la letra, que he de admitir que son preciosas, sino por los recuerdos que esa canción me trae. Es la canción que marcó un verano, uno de los mejores de mi vida, un verano en el que crecí, me divertí, y conocí a gente que han sido y son de las personas más importantes de mi vida. Quizás otros no recuerden ese verano de la misma manera que yo, pero al menos tendrán que admitir, que fue un verano para no olvidar. Es la canción que me ha hecho darme cuenta, que tampoco queda tanto para otro de esos veranos, que después de todo un año, solo nos queda ya el último tramo, posiblemente el más difícil, pero también el que mejor recompensa tiene, un nuevo verano, quizás el último, o quizás simplemente, un nuevo verano.

19 de mayo de 2009

Our future

We are finishing our classes at high school and we are starting to prepare the most important exam of our life.
After that, we will start to study at the university, but we don't know very well what we want to study, we are a little undecided.
Raquel would like to stayed in Albacete to become an engeneer, but she has not decided it yet, because she would like to study away. I would like to study to become an architect or an aircraft engineer, but I'm not sure, because it will be very difficult and I don't know if I will have enough grade to get in.
But before we decided what we wanna study, we should do our exams.

18 de mayo de 2009



After an exciting voting in front of thousands of people in a fully packed Moscow Olimpisky Indoor Arena and millions of TV viewers all over Europe, it was finally Alexander Rybak from Norway who received the highest number of points from televoters and juries from the 42 countries participating in this year's edition of Europe's favourite TV-show! Norway managed to gather 387 points altogether - a new record! -, followed by Yohanna from Iceland with 218 points and Azerbaijan's AySel & Arash who collected 207 points


Albacete is a city and municipality in southeastern Spain, 258 km southeast of Madrid, the capital of the province of Albacete in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha. The municipality had a population of 164,771 in 2007.
The settlement was named Al-Basit, "the plain," by the Arabs. The city has been known as a center for the manufacture of fine daggers, scissors, and knives. An assembly plant of Eurocopter, a subsidiary of EADS, began operation in 2007.
Although Albacete has never been considered a city with an industrial tradition, the industrial area in the city, known as Polígono de Campollano, has recently been expanded as it is one of the biggest industrial parks in Spain. The local government is pushing to make Albacete a logistic center in the southeastern part of Spain.
Albacete, together with Ciudad Real, has one of the main campuses of the University of Castilla la Mancha. It is estimated that between 9,000 and 10,000 students study at any of the schools that the regional university currently has in the city.
Albacete is not known as a tourist destination, but its sights include the cathedral and the Museo de Albacete.
During the Spanish Civil War, it was the headquarters and training camp of the International Brigades.
Albacete is home to the soccer team Albacete Balompié.

Albacete has become the most important town in the Castilla la Mancha region, with great services and industry activity, due to the good train and highway communications, on the way from Madrid to the coast.
The university has 10,000 students that feed a lot of clubs, bars and tapas restaurants. During summer nights, thousands of people visit Tascas de la Feria to eat regional dishes.
In September, the Feria de Albacete (town festival) transforms the city for ten days. Lots of visitors fill the city streets, and the population can reach a fivefold growth.