domingo, 27 de noviembre de 2016


The bottle flip challenge, as its name suggests, is a challenge which consists in turning a bottle of water to make it land upright on its bottom. This challenge has become very famous in the latest months. The bottle of water must be half empty, if not, it will be very difficult to overcome the challenge.

The challenge began in social networks like Instagram or Twitter among the teenagers who made videos trying to put up a bottle, and soon, it became viral around the world. I reckon that anyone knows exactly who created the challenge, but it is said that it was created accidentally by Mike Senatore when he was on a talent show and since then, other people have started to imitate him.

In my opinion the water bottle flip challenge is so funny and anyone can do it! However, not everyone can do such awesome tricks with the bottle as I've seen in the video. 

Apart from this amazing challenge, which has already gone out of style, there are other ones. Actually, the challenge that is on the top right now is the 'Mannequin Challenge', where people remain frozen in action like mannequins while a video is being recorded, usually with the song 'Black Beatles' by Rae Sremmurd playing in the background. 

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And here's a video of the 15 best mannequin challenges:

domingo, 20 de noviembre de 2016


I've been to the British-Irish Isles twice. The last time I went was this year, in March. Exactly, on 14th March. I went with my schoolmates as it was a study trip orgaized by Albert, our English teacher. Dublin, which is the capital of Ireland, was our destination. We spent about a week in this beautiful city.

As soon as we arrived in Dublin, we went to the meeting point where our host families were waiting for us. During this incredible week, we did lots of things like going to museums, visiting the most important places of the city, going shopping, but surely, the day I loved the most was Saint Patrick's Day when all of us dressed up in Green clothes even our hair. It was such a great day!

It was the day that we had to leave Dublin and we returned to Spain. We were checking in our baggage when suddenly someone told us that we couldn't board. We didn't know what to do. We had to wait for several hours, praying that we could get on the plane. We all got so nervous that some of us started to cry.

Finally, thaks to the agency,we were put up in a hotel during two days. I reckon they were the best days of the trip as we had a lot of fun in the hotel and we also ate free. So all in all, I could say that it was an active trip, rather than a relaxing trip, as I thought it was going to be.