Aceptan todas las solicitudes de paso de frontera, pero Guk, camello, inesperadamente declarado indeseable. Tristeza de Guk, retorno a las tierras de infancia. Todos los camellos han pasado la frontera, Guk sigue esperando. Muy fotografiado por turistas, contestando reportajes. Vago prestigio de Guk en la plaza. Aprovechando busca salir, en la puerta todo cambia: declarado indeseable.
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All the other ESF Secondary Schools were invited and they came along with their brave Spanish students ready to talk in front of a large audience and to have a morning of Spanish poetry. KGV took two first place positions this year: Saanchi Shah for her beautiful recitation of Cocoliche el seductor by Leonardo Antivero in a crocodile onesie and also Aayush Bhatt for his fiery rendition of Gatos, Gatos y Gatos.
I would also like to mention the lovely group category contestants Vidhita Chugani, Karina Bhojwani, Faustina Yick and Tiya Khetarpal who were the youngest of the group competitors and remained enthusiastic right from the beginning of the rehearsals through to their calm and charming delivery of Ustedes y Nosotros.
They came third overall and were a great to work with. Sarah Chan recited the very difficult Camello declarado indeseable, a terribly sad story about a rejected camel. This was definitely the most challenging task of the festival and Sarah deserves much credit for her calm rendition of this complex reading. Micayla Baltazar and Manas Joshi were fabulously energetic in their reading of La Lluvia the Rain complete with umbrellas, a cloud hat and rainwear, very much in keeping with the weather outside on the day which lent an element of pathetic fallacy to their poetry reading.
Between each of the readings, many of the schools contributed musical and dance items with a Hispanic theme. Renaissance College, Discovery College and of course our wonderful KGV year 10 musicians led by Helena Murchie made the event more than just a poetry recital. They were fab! There are many many people and students I would like to thank for their contribution to this festival, including Alicia Matthews, one of our top Higher Level IB students who MC-ed the whole event from beginning to end.
She also had help from Oliver Weston Flores, who spoke her words in Spanish at the beginning and end of the Festival even though he is only in year 9 and did a spectacular job in this regard. Seren Bird, Diva Saha and Felicity Yick also contributed interesting elements of the show with the Year 12 Ab Initio class helping back stage and the year 7s in charge of programs and welcoming our guests.
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