As I mentioned in an earlier post, I wanted to get a summerjob.
AND I DID!!!!
I am so happy, but I don't think I'm going to buy so much stuff of the internet.
That is because I'm going to study at the American College of Norway in Moss, and then I go study in America, so I kind of need to save some money as the planetickets are very expensive.
Also during my year in Moss I am hoping I get to do some travelling!
My first ever trip outside Scandinavia (with plane) was when I went to Germany with my class, which was amazing! I love Germany, it is amazing and I really wanna go back! Hopefully I'll get to go with some family members or my good friend who is German. I have been in Germany before and it was in 2011 or something, and I went with a Ten Sing choir that is about 20 minutes away from where I live (we have a Ten Sing choir where I live as well, but since I was the only one going I went with the ones that live 20 minutes away. It was very fun, as I already had friends from that choir). It was a Ten Sing festival and it was in Ziegenhain. This time however, my class and I went to a eurythmyfestival in Witten-Annen, and it was even more awesome than the first time I visited Germany. Not only did I get to do eurythmy (which I love and it was my favorite subject) with the amazing people that were in my class, but we got to meet so many people from all over the world! As I am quite shy it was mostly my classmates that initiated conversation with other people, but I joined in... sometimes. Either way, Germany is amazing and I would love to see more of the landscape!
We had to take quite a few trains to get from Witten-Annen to the airport in Köln, and had it not been for the fact that I was very tired and have the ability to sleep everywhere (I promise you, I can sleep on the floor in the bathroom if I want to. I could probably even fall asleep on the kitchenbench) then I would've seen alot of beautiful landscape. I can vaguely remember seeing a bit of it, but not to much. Anyway! Germany was great fun and I would love to go back!
Going to the land of the German people!
The school we were staying at
(with the bunch of other people from all over the world)
Sally and I casually making sure no ones baggage was stolen!
Tina and I casually doing eurythmy on the trainstation.
(We're normal. Promise.)
Alot of train-ing that day.
(Hahaha. Worst pun ever.)
At the end of the school year my class and I went on a trip to Istanbuuuuuuuul! And it was kind of great, exept for the fact that I had to cover almost every inch of my body as red dots would appear on my arms and legs as soon as I got a bit of sun on them. AND I EVEN WORE SUNSCREEN. Also, I thought eight days was kind of too much seeing as I shared a room with three other people. Don't get me wrong, I love them to bits and I don't want to sound ungrateful, but all of us can be very oppinionated and we would get tired of each other. One day we would get along all four, but other days we were more separated. Many of my classmates would spend alot of the time playing cards in the lobby, which was very nice and I feel like we got a lot closer on the two trips we were one. We did get to see a lot of stuff in Istanbul. We stayed on the Asian side, but we would go over to the European side to see the Blue Mosque and other things one should see in Istanbul.
We went to the Black Sea!
My first time at Starbucks!
Look at the blue sky!
Sally talking to our guide.
A random picture of me.
The view from one of the places we visited.
This picture is from a store we visited, and it was handmade and aahhhit was so much awesome stuff there, and I wish I could've bought everything!
The Blue Mosque!
(Which was amazingly beautiful. I recommend going there!)
We had some turkish tea!
As I was saying earlier I would like to spend a bit of this year travelling, and some of the places I would like to visit are:
My best friend from childhood is going to study at the univeristy of Manchester and I really wanna go visit her!
The Harry Potter Studio!