... what are your plans for your next holidays? or if you ever win the lottery? This post will deal with travelling, which is a topic that we see in unit 2 with our 1º bachillerato students, so it will be quite suitable for them!! I hope 😎😎😎😎
Here are some articles for you to read:
Where to go on holiday in 2019 – the hotlist (The Guardian)
Which holiday do you prefer?
Tulum is a town in the state of Quintana Roo in south-eastern Mexico. It is known for its beaches, the nearby Mayan temple ruins and the biosphere reserve in Sian Ka'an.
Beijing is the capital city of the People's Republic of China. It is a large city in north-eastern China with over 21 million inhabitants. There are several UNESCO world heritage sites in Beijing, including the Forbidden City.
The Forbidden City was the home of China's Emperors for nearly 500 years until 1912. The large palace complex has over 900 buildings, and since 1925 it has been preserved as a museum. There are more than 14 million visitors to the museum every year.
Guillin is a city in the south of China. It is famous for its beautiful scenery, especially its river and the cone-shaped hills around the city.
Shanghai is a large city in the east of China at the estuary of the Yangtze River. Shanghai is one of the largest cities in the world, with a population of over 23 million people.
And talking about gorgeous places to visit in China. here's...
"Avatar" Mountain & Wulingyuan Scenic Area, Zhangjiajie, China
Peru >> The Republic of Peru is a country in the west of South America with a population of over 30 million people, who are called Peruvians.
Lima is the capital city of Peru, situated on the Pacific coast. Lima has many important colonial buildings and museums with pre-Columbian artefacts (objects created byu indigenous people prior to the arrival of Columbus).
Cuzco is an ancient Inca city in the south of Peru. It is famous for its archaelogical sites and is popular with tourists who often visit the ruins of Machu Picchu.
Altitude sickness is a common problem for visitors to Peru. It is often caused when people travel to places more than 2,500 m above the sea level. Symptoms of altitude sickness include dizziness, feeling sick and having difficulty breathing. It can be very serious, so tourists are advised to rest and get medical help.