Water in the past by NEREA ruiz AND YOUSSEF el asri

We interviewed Nerea's grandma to find out about water in the past. When she was a child she lived in Camas, Sevilla. She had access to drinking water at home, but she liked to collect water from the fountain. It was hard work, but she was not alone: all her friends did the same, so they all went together and had a good time. She collected water with a bucket. She had access to drinkable water at home but not always. They didn't have a shower so instead they used a washbasin. She did not have a dishwasher. She said that before they did not waste so much water.


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