These are the latest posts on http://www.tedd.ie/ and his journey.
http://www.tedd.ie/agurain/ to read about his experience in Agurain.
Tedd in Sevilla:
I didn’t miss the Opening Ceremony. Loyola university, Sevilla.
I found a street called Ireland near the campus on the way back to the the city centre.
During the break with Amaia and Ane. We couldn’t find Beatriz to join us for the picture. She didn’t have a break.
With the President Mr Albert Reverendo.
Peering through a door, we found Beatriz working with her committee.
Adriana, one of the journalists, took me with her and I visited the Committees while they were working on their resolutions.
I definitely became an EYPer.http://www.tedd.ie/eyp-european-youth-parliament-in-sevilla-i/
Sorry I didn’t post some lines before. I have been very busy travelling on holidays. Amaia, Ane and Beatriz took me to the European Youth Parliament Conference in Sevilla. The students had their Easter break, but they had to work really hard during their holidays. Schools in the Basque Country usually have a week off the week following Good Friday, whereas in other regions, schools have their holidays the week before Easter. This meant that during the Conference most of the schools had already had their holidays, but we hadn’t.
I flew once again. Amaia’s rucksack was very comfortable.
Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España. Teambuilding.
Who says that it never rains in Sevilla?
Sightseeing with teachers from all over Spain. Cinta, Pilar, Yolanda, Candy, Ana… thought I was really cute, so they never left me alone in the hostel.
More about Tedd in Agurain: http://www.tedd.ie/agurain/
Final video: EYP Sevilla. On Facebook: HERE