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Some things that impressed us in Denmark were
the school, the buildings, the big houses, the quiet
streets and the hospitable people.
At the school we were impressed about the fact
that all the students have their own laptop and they
also use their mobile phones without getting
expelled. In addition they have very good
facilities(sports hall, inner swimming pool, cinema
room, green screen room, ect).
The students from Denmark were very hospitable
and friendly. On the other hand, the girls from
Finland were very isolated. Thought, the kids from
Spain were not that talkative and they were on the
phones the whole time. Lastly, the girls from
Sweden were a little bit strange. But we were the
most sociable of them all.
The teachers were very nice with pleasant
character and they were there if we needed any
help. We look forward to see them in October.
The parents were close with their children and they
were also very cool talking about things that we
wouldn’t even say to our parents. They made us
feel like our home.
There are a lot of differences between Chania and
Kjellerup. Mostly the weather, in addition the roads
where very clean and they also had an extra lane
for the bicycles. Furthermore, they don’t have
block of flats but they have detached houses.
We had a great time and we
expected everyone to come at
the end of September