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Meeting in Monforte

Comenius Projekt – Nord Spanien Austausch

Montag, 08.10.2007

Unser Comenius Austausch in die Galizische Stadt Monforte de Lemos begann am Montag den 08.10.2007 früh am Morgen, denn wir wurden alle zu Hause, noch etwas müde, mit einem Taxi abgeholt, um dann weiter zum Hamburger Flughafen zu fahren. Dort angekommen mussten wir erst einmal unser Gepäck aufgeben und nachdem alle weiteren auch unvorhergesehenen, formalen Angelegenheiten geklärt waren, konnten wir auch ganz entspannt durch die Sicherheitszone zu unserem Flugzeug, das uns nach Palma de Mallorca gebracht hat, gehen.

Als wir endlich auf dem Flughafen von Mallorca angekommen waren, merkten wir dann auch, dass auf der Urlaubsinsel unwesentlich andere Temperaturen herrschten und somit wurden zuerst einmal alle Überflüssigen Jacken ausgezogen. Wir hatten ungefähr 45 Minuten Zeit uns den Spanischen Flughafen etwas näher anzugucken und uns etwas Nervennahrung zu erwerben. Außerdem fielen uns noch einige Ähnlichkeiten im Vergleich zu deutschen Flughäfen, wie zum Beispiel eine sehr bekannte Fastfood Kette und andere Gastronomien oder kleine Geschäfte auf.

Wenig später mussten wir auch schon in unser nächstes Flugzeug, das uns nach Santiago de Compostella im Norden Spaniens bringen sollte, einchecken. Nach dem etwas kürzeren Flug, mussten wir zuerst unsere Gepäckstücke holen, um dann zur Bushaltestelle am Flughafen zu gehen und auf einen Bus zu warten, der uns zum Busbahnhof nach Santiago gebracht hatte.

Während der Busfahrt konnten wir einen ersten sehr angenehmen Eindruck von der Galizischen Landschaft gewinnen, weil es sehr sonnig war und mich persönlich die unberührte Natur beeindruckt hat, die zwar eher eintönig war, dagegen aber großartige und wundervolle Panoramablicke enthielt. Nach einiger Zeit erreichten wir dann den Busbahnhof von Santiago de Compostella. Dort angekommen mussten wir wieder auf einen Bus warten, der dann auch alle Austauschschüler aus Nord- und Südspanien, Dänemark, England, Griechenland und den Niederlanden bereits durch die Stadt geführt hatte. Unterdessen fuhren wir nun endlich weiter nach Monforte de Lemos und lernten im Bus auch unsere sehr freundlichen Gastschüler kennen.

Nach ungefähr zweieinhalb Stunden endete unsere Fahrt an der Schule in Monforte. Dort warteten auch schon die Gastfamilien, um mit uns noch das Abendessen zu besorgen und weiteres im Supermarkt zu kaufen. Es war mittlerweile schon sehr spät und ich war ein bisschen überrascht, dass der Supermarkt bis 22:30 Uhr geöffnet hatte.

Anschließend fuhren wir zu dem Haus meiner Gastfamilie und meine Gastpartnerin Maria zeigte mir deren Haus mit allen Räumen. Das Haus war nicht sehr modern eingerichtet, dafür aber sehr liebevoll und somit konnte ich mich wohl fühlen.

Später versuchte ich mich mit der spanischen Familie zu unterhalten, dies jedoch war nicht so einfach, wie ich zuerst gedacht hatte, da Maria und ihr Bruder nur ein wenig und deren Eltern gar kein Englisch sprechen konnten. Wir haben uns aber trotzdem die meisten Fragen beantwortet und hatten sehr viel Spaß.

 

Tuesday, 09th October 2007

On Tuesday we had to get up at 7 o’clock in the morning. It was very cold, but I hoped for better weather. First we had to take a shower in their bathroom and brushed our teeth (the water was not very good, it smelled like not really clean enough to drink). Then we ate some breakfast. Maria’s mother prepared some cornflakes with milk for Maria and her brother and I got some sandwiches with marmalade, some milk with cacao and a glass of orange-juice.

After that Maria, her brother and I went out of the house and waited for the school bus on the street. We arrived at about 8:30 in front of the school and waited there for Maria’s friends. At 8:45 we went into the school to the school hall and met all the other teachers and students from the other countries, because we wanted to present our prepared customs to show all people our festivals from summer till Christmas. This was very interesting to learn some differences or similarities of traditions, but only England and Germany wanted to present their work on this day, because all the other countries told us they were not ready. So we had a little more time till we had to go by foot to a castle, therefore we arranged mixed groups from each country to talk about different customs. In every grouping was a teacher, too.

After our conversation we went out to get to a very exciting castle. But this was not as easy as we thought at first, because the castle was on a mountain and we had to climb on it. As we arrived we had time to take some photos of that very beautiful countryside Galicia.

Then we went into the castle and a woman told us something about the history of the place, but she could only speak Spanish so another person translated nearly everything for us. The castle was very high, but we climbed on top of it and enjoyed the view and the sun, which was shining nicely.

At 13:30 the teachers and students from every country had to eat some meal in the school cafeteria, but there were also the Spanish people and they shouted across the whole room so it was very loud. After that the teacher had a meeting to discuss some things and the students had free time with their partners. Maria and I went with her friends and their partners to the city of Monforte de Lemos to go shopping. Some time later we had to go to the town hall of Monforte, because a meeting with the mayor and our Comenius group had been arranged. We also got some brochures about the countryside and a CD of traditional Galician music.

And at 7 o’clock in the evening we had to leave the town hall, because at 19:30 we wanted to meet in the Spanish school cafeteria for our European Party with specialities from each country.

Then our official planning was finished and the parents of the Spanish students picked us up to get to their home. When we arrived I tried to talk with the Spanish family again, but it was stressful, because they couldn’t understand me and so I had to write everything on a paper and I hoped that they got it. And after midnight Maria and I felt tired and so we took a shower and went to bed to sleep.

 

Wednesday, 10th October 2007

On Wednesday we got up at 7 o’clock to eat some breakfast. After that we went out and Maria’s mother brought us to the school where we met our partners from all European countries. When everybody arrived at 9 o’clock in the morning we went to the bus which got us to Ribeira Sacra (Sacred Riverside). First we went to a pottery where a man showed us how people made pots or jars many years ago. It looked like a very difficult handwork with much practise. He couldn’t speak any English so another man had to translate everything. You also could buy there some cups, skins or bottles which were also made by hand.

When everybody finished looking through the pottery, the bus got us to a river which we visited by boat and foot. It was very exciting to see the high mountains and the many vineyards on the riverside. We also had very good weather so many people shot nice pictures from the region, which is not a really tourist aim, with their cameras or mobile phones. On the boat you also could only enjoy the territory of Galicia.

When we ended our trip by boat we went to the bus which brought us to a little restaurant. The teachers had to buy a meal and all the students ate their lunch, which was prepared by the host families, on the grass. As we finished our meal and enjoyed the very good weather, we went by foot about 30 minutes through a forest. There we walked along to get to a mountain with a platform on it where you could see all over the vale. It was very high and also very windy, but you had a magnificent view and again a good chance to shoot many photos.

We walked back to the little restaurant where the bus was waiting to bring us all back to the school in Monforte. As we arrived we had free time till we met for a concert in a church at 19:30. It was classic music our Comenius Project had been invited to. After the concert everybody met in front of the church and then Maria and I walked with some of their friends and their partners to a little restaurant to eat dinner. They took their time, because at 10 p.m. it was quite early for dinner by Spanish standards!!! At the restaurant it took us a long time again as the staff did not speak any English and our translating seemed to become more difficult for us in the middle of the night. When we got our hamburgers and pizzas there were as well some faults with our booking, but we were all very happy that we had something to eat finally.

Having finished our meals we waited for the parents to take us to their homes.

At Maria’s her family tried to ask me some questions about my family, my house and my hobbies. First they didn’t understand anything, but later we designed another way of understanding. I was happy that they at least tried talking with me. I also asked them many questions, but only some could be answered by Maria’s family. They also wanted some photos and so I also shot a few of them. It was already after midnight and therefore I told them that I wanted to get some sleep. So Maria and I went to bed. I do not remember how late it had become in the meantime, but I surely was very tired – once again.

 

Thursday, 11th October 2007

Thursday was the last day for us German people and so I had to say goodbye to Maria’s parents and her brother. We got up at 7:30 in the morning and then we ate some breakfast before we went out to get the school bus. As we arrived in the school at 9 o’clock we met in the school hall all the people from the other countries, because we waited for the presentations of the Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and North- and South Spain. We had to find out some differences and similarities in their customs from summer till Christmas, again. After that every country gave some presents to the Galician school e.g. books, food or a calendar. The people from North Spain were very happy about that and said thank you to everybody.

Soon after we went to the Cafeteria of the Galician school and had a little lunch and time for talking with people from different countries. Some time later we had to go out to the playground of the Spanish school and play football in two different teams for warming-up. Because later on we had to play basketball, volleyball and two typical Galician games in mixed groups with students from every country. This was very interesting and exciting, because by playing the games we got in contact with people from previous countries. Maybe it would have been even better if this part of our itinerary had happened earlier, because it made everybody talk to new people. But it was as well really funny and comical.

Sarah Zollitsch, Manuel Falkenhain, Benjamin Schwedow-Köppe, Robin Petereit


Letzte Aktualisierung durch Stephan Mumm am Sa, 10.10.09


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