The weeks before my departing date were probably the craziest weeks I’ve ever had. I was a torn between getting things packed and ready for the exchange program and trying to have as much time as I could spending my last minutes with everyone in Brazil. I kept myself so occupied that I really only…
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I don’t thing that it has hit me that I have been in England for more than a month now. It feels like I’ve been here for way longer. I have done so much, met so many people that it feels like a whole life to me. Time flies and I’m trying to enjoy every…
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  “Take risks, cause life moves so fast, You’re only young once, my loved one, this is your chance” – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Growing Up (feat. Ed Sheeran) This is a line from one of my favorite songs, and I think it fits perfectly to what I’m up to! One Year Ireland, one year…
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  So now here I am, freshly arrived in Ireland and finally arrived at my host family, which High Schools International arranged for me. So many things have happened during the first days, and I’m going to tell you a little but about the nicest ones. Here you can see me with a girl from…
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Oh my god. Those are the three words I’d use to describe the past four weeks. St. Patricks Day, a concert, holidays, family visit and realising that it’s only two months now until I must go to Germany again, all of that happened in the last month! Let me start with the biggest event in…
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It has been about one mouth and a half since I arrived in Britain. To be honest, I found plenty of difference between the school I attended in China before and ST Teresa’s. I suppose that before I tell the difference, I would like to describe the life in a normal Chinese senior school. When…
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It has been three moths since I came to England and I must say that I am loving it unconditionally so far. Choosing my next step in education was the best I have ever made. I feel fully assimilated into English culture and I feel like I have been living here for more than those…
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The only feeling I have now is how time flies! Everything seems to just happen for a while. However, it is almost the end of my first term. Since I arrive St Teresa’s, I have achieved quite a lot. I have the opportunity to choose the subject that is suitable for me. Also, taking parting…
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I cannot believe I am leaving. I cannot possibly picture myself away from those people. I feel that I´ve got a really well structured social cycle here, and I am honestly not willing to let it go. This last month has been spectacular and although many people are feeling quite tired about the end of…
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After four months living in the UK I realised what a privilege I have. Besides the fact that I get to live on my own, be independent and take care of important things such as setting up a bank account, I created a new family. I didn’t get the chance to live in a host…
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