Friday, 12 November 2010

S. Martin's Day

On 11th November, we celebrate S. Martin's Day.
Do you have this tradition?
In Portugal, we celebrate it a lot.
Check it, please, in our video.

6 comments:

billabung said...

Thanks so much, Betty, for the interesting video! It's a great holiday! On 1st November we celebrate the Day of the Educational Persons. They are people into Bulgarian history who have worked about the schools and pupils. The students make some posters and drawings, read rhymes, sing songs. The teachers organize a lot of events and discussions.
Happy St Martin's Day, Betty!
Best wishes to your children and colleagues!
Kind regards, Reny

Chisae said...

Thanks, Reny. The activities of this celebration are like those you do on your 1st November. It's very interesting when we learn about our partners. Portuguese pupils will be happy with your words.

Raif VATANSEVER said...

Hi, Chisae! I'm learning a lot of things from you.I surched on net for St. Martin and learned alot.Happy Martin's day to you.

Betina Astride said...

Well, Raif, thank you so much for your kind words. I'm glad you like the portuguese video.

Svetla Popova said...

Hello Bety! I do not know this traditional holiday. I found information about it online. Thanks for the pleasure to experience beautiful moments with your video. I liked the song a lot. I want to ask you: Did you drunk água-pé?

Betina Astride said...

Hello Svetla. Thanks for y our interest. Well... this year i still didn't drink "agua-pé", the new wine. But i hope i will! The tradition is to drink "agua-pé" and eat roast chestnuts. It´s very nice.