As we are not allowed, and we must not, use our Yayacletas to give rides to elderly people due to the terrible pandemic we are enduring, we’ve just bought two black cases for our trishaws so that they keep clean and safe. We hope we can resume our rides early in 2021. We are looking […]
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Today, Saturday, October 30th, we’ve planted 17 trees along a very special trail called Camino Bajo («lower track») in Corella with 35 volunteers, 4 of them Erasmus students: Ilham Abdiadi, Meryem Manssouri, Chihab Garni, and Yasmine Akrim. Apart from planting, we’ve restored an old fountain, «La fuente del piojo» (Louse’s Fountain). Besides, we’ve set up […]
The pandemic is getting worse and worse in Spain and, especially, in Navarre, our region, the one with most cases in our country by far. Currently, our incidence rate is triple the national average. Due to this worrying situation, we canceled our CWA rides some weeks ago. You can see two pictures of two of […]
Our Erasmus students are doing surveys in three points of «Ruta saludable y cultural del Alhama» (Healthy and Cultural Alhama Trail). The government of our region (Gobierno de Navarra) wanted to know to what extent this trail is used and enjoyed by the locals and visitors. These are some findings of the surveys: Thanks, girls, […]
We were invited to participate in Logroño’s Mobility Week last Wednesday, September 16. Cristina and Toño told everything about CWA Corella: the movement’s principles, pilot courses, volunteers, trishaw rides, anecdotes, and so forth. Right after the online presentation, we gave quick rides to many children and two very special ladies, who showed a great interest […]
Our school has just got a very useful and convenient bike repair station that we’ve just set up in the chapel, the school indoor playground. Thanks, Juan Luis Echarri, Chifly, for making this awesome bike repair station. BTW, he took a dog poop bag dispenser (see below) and turned it into an amazing bike repair […]
Last Sunday we had three very special passengers in our two trishaws: Ramón (Juan Luis’ uncle), Lilian and Margot. Not surprisingly, our wonderful passengers chose «La Estanca» for our trishaw ride. We are looking forward to the next trishaw ride with these super-nice people!
Our favourite mechanic and Jack-of-all-trades, Juan Luis Echarri, has just painted our van with new topics, CWA Navarra included. Thanks, our restless handiman, for your key, constant and creative contribution to our Erasmus project.
Yesterday, August 2nd, we went on a trishaw ride with two extraordinary kids, Marta and Marcos. They have Down Syndrome and are so full of beans… Mila, Javier, Adrián and Juan Luis were the pilots. We went to Estanca and Paretón. They loved the views and made non-stop jokes. They get along very well and […]
Cristina Gallo, our favourite designer and Jack of all trades, was interviewed on Monday, July 27, by Arturo Téllez in Onda Cero Radio Station. Along with Granada and Melilla, Corella was chosen to start a series of interviews on cities that aim at getting a more sustainable mobility. Cristina explained our Erasmus project and, surprisingly […]