My journey in Bulgaria When my teacher proposed me to go to Bulgaria, I was really happy and I didn’t hesitate one second!! I have always thought that discovering a new country is a great opportunity and we have to take it as often as we can.
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When my teacher proposed me to go to Bulgaria, I was really happy and I didn’t hesitate one second!! I have always thought that discovering a new country is a great opportunity and we have to take it as often as we can.
So let’s go to Bulgaria! To begin I got in touch with my correspondent on the Internet, on the website of the Comenius project. We introduced each other and I was so excited to meet her.
After a little fear because of the flu epidemic, we were allowed to go to Bulgaria. My feelings were indescribable… I was between excitation, happiness, but also fear. Yes, going alone, in a family which we didn’t know was intimidating.
The journey in Bulgaria was surprising and interesting: every day we met again and again new people new nationalities,newhabits, a new life, new stories!!!
I enjoyed discovering new traditions, with Baba Marta, and the famous red Martinici, walking in the street in the middle of six different nationalities, sharing with all these students and all these teachers our differences, our way of life, our clichés about the one or the others!
the party at the end of the journey !
This trip was just wonderful because it was true, so human and spontaneous. We were all different, but it didn't matter! We were there for that! We just discovered the others. They inspired us to build ourselves, open our minds and getrid of clichés.
What I’m sure is that I really DON’T regret this trip! It was enriching and a little bit magic! If I could make a trip like that again, I wouldn't hesitate.