Monday, 29 November 2010

Parque de Lisboa News



Each year in Spain ,it takes place one of the most important sports event in the world, Barcelona-Real Madrid, this football match between ,probably , the best teams of the planet, is watched by millions people of various countries. If each year “el Clasico ” promise to be better than the last year, this year looks that it will be the best “Clasico ” of the history, the reasons are that both team has never had so much good players, moreover, their style to play is one of the best way to treat the ball that has never seen.
Barcelona comes to this match with confidence after a good result in its last match and with its best play´s version.
Real Madrid gets to Camp Nou, with new project created by Jose Mourinho ,that is giving good results and a play so good that the “the madridistas” don´t remember.
Tu sum up, it seems that this year will be the century´s match.


Three teenagers survive 50 days adrift in Pacific
The teenagers survived mainly on coconuts and rainwater Three teenage boys have been found alive after being lost in their boat in the Pacific Ocean for 50 days.

The boys, from the Tokelau Islands, a New Zealand-administered territory in the South Pacific, had been given up for dead after an unsuccessful search.

A tuna fishing boat picked them up near Fiji and is taking them to hospital for treatment for severe sunburn.

The boys survived on coconuts, water they trapped on a tarpaulin and a seabird they managed to catch.

'Strong mental spirit'

The boys - Samu Perez and Filo Filo, both 15, and Edward Nasau, 14 - had gone missing from Atafu atoll in a small aluminium boat after an annual sporting event on 5 October.

They were presumed to have died after unsuccessful searches by the New Zealand air force.

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The boys were then spotted north-east of Fiji on Wednesday afternoon by a member of the tuna boat's crew.

"We drew up next to them, and we asked if they needed any help and their reply was a very ecstatic 'yes'," the tuna vessel's first mate, Tai Fredricsen, told the BBC.

"We immediately deployed our rescue craft and got them straight on board and administered basic first aid."

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Sea survival stories
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1992: Two fishermen from Kiribati come ashore in Samoa after 177 days adrift

1942-3: Chinese sailor survives aboard a life-raft for 133 days after his ship is torpedoed in WWII

2001: Two fishermen from Samoa are rescued after four months adrift in an aluminium dinghy

1982: American sailor survives 76 days on a life-raft off the Canary Islands

2009: Two Burmese men survive 26 days floating in an ice box after their ship breaks up off Australia
Mr Fredricsen said the boys had a small supply of coconuts on their boat, but that it had run out after two days.

"They had a period when they were only drinking fresh water, which they were capturing during the night in a tarpaulin," he said.

"They also told me that two weeks prior to us rescuing them, they were able to catch a sea bird which was very lucky for them."

"They did mention that during the last two days they had started drinking salt water, which could have been disastrous for them," he added.

Mr Fredricsen said the boys were in surprisingly good shape considering their ordeal under the blazing tropical sun.

"They've got a lot of gusto, a lot of strong mental spirit," he said, adding that though they were physically in a bad way, they were "mentally [...] very strong".

An aunt of Samu Perez told the BBC that the family had already held a memorial service for him and that everyone had been devastated.

"My mum, she cried every day and every night," Fekei said. "We believed he was still alive anyway, we thought that God was still with them."

She said she thought the boys might have been trying to sail to Australia or the US.

After speaking to Sam on the telephone, she said: "He was asking for forgiveness. I think they did learn a big lesson"


I recommend to you Laura's Gallego book, " Two candles for the devil " because it is the third book that it's the well-read one of this authoress and it's very entertaining.It gives a vision interesting and different from the origin of the human beings and the battle between the angels and the demons.

There has an agile and simple writing what facilitates his reading. The history attracts from the beginning: the fight of angels (that live strictly between ourselves and that in addition, some of them are very good) and the demons (that also live between the human beings and that not they all are so bad). Though it is directed for a juvenile public, I recommend it for not so young. In occasions it is entertained and always it is absorbent. Very advisable.



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