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  • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Comenius 2013 Our adventure in this project started many weeks before travel to Turkey. We had lot of work to do for example our work on imaginary travel company, volunteering in preschool and we had to learn Italian dance and song. But all of this was just little price for that what waited for us. When I saw Istanbul for the first time from a plane, I was just shocked from that huge city. After that we landed and we started to acquaint with this huge, amazing and beautiful country. In next few hours we reached the school, where our hosts were waiting for us. I was a guest at Kaan´s and his sister Büilge and of course their family. Being with them was one of the most powerful and incredible experiences. They welcomed me with ,,open armful“ and they tried to give me everything what I needed even that that I didn´t need anything. First day in Turkish school was ,,cognitive“ day. We played cognitive games and we were in Turkish classes. After official program we went to the one of the most famous pubs in Istanbul called Yellow taxi. We had reservation for almost fifty people and we tried Turkish food and drinks. On second day in Turkey we visited few monuments of Istanbul, we saw miniature land, some squares, technical museum etc. Wednesday was one of the most important days of Comenius. We had to presente our fictional companies and rated companies of others groups, then we went to some primary school where we presented our songs and dances (everybody said we had best song!). After the presentation of our ,,art“ director announced results of fictional companies, there is just one thing what I want to say: ‘We weren’t the worst!’ After this school program whole Comenius group went to the part of Istanbul known
  • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. as bull square, where we had about two hours for some shopping etc. After that we met each other again at Yellow taxi. On Thursday we went to famous street, where were many shops and we knew that it was the last night, when we were together. Friday was the second day of sight seeing, we were in sultan palace, cistern (which is old Greek reservoir of water for Istanbul in case of war).When we saw all monuments, which were on the list, we went to the oldest Istanbul markets, where we were able to buy some present home. After the whole day ,,on feet“ we went back to the school and in bus we talked about tongue twisters in other languages, by the way Italian’s won. When we reached the school, we had one of the saddest moments in Turkey, we had to say good bye to our friends. We made a lots of photos and memories. After that I went to my guest’s home with Kaan and Büilge, but they took me to the traditional Turkey meals after dinner we went home, where I had to say good bye to my host family and my guests Kaan and Büilge. I gave them some presents like Czech beer, chocolate and some scarf to Büilge. Next morning we left our Turkish school and went to the airport and left Turkey. This project and this journey to Turkey was one of the best moments in my entire live. I made lots of Italian, Turkish and Polish friends and many great experiences and of course I improved my English, which was probably main reason of this project. And if it’ll be possible I want to visit Turkey next year, to see my Turkish friends. Jakub Brandejs
  • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.