Eductional Exchanges - Klein Seminarie Roeselare
Eductional Exchanges - Klein Seminarie Roeselare

Milan

A lazy Sunday afternoon

Once the partners had met at the train station, most of the families went home and decided to have a calm afternoon at home. Others went  to the seaside to show the Italian youngsters our beautiful coastline. We all made them feel as comfortable as possible.

I introduced my guest to the other members of the family and showed him around our home.  Our family had a delicious barbecue at home. We also enjoyed the very beautiful weather. In the first couple of hours, we exchanged some ideas about home, family, school, language, sports,…  As can be expected the beginning was not easy, but as time went by, the conversations were running a lot smoother.

By 4PM in the afternoon we agreed to meet in the town center with some of the members of the Milano Team.  We had a good interaction with all the members and as most of them were guys the major topic was football 😊.  So we can say that during that meeting together with our guests we started to relax and we got to know each other a bit better. After some time we all went back home and enjoyed some spare time inside the families. After half a day of traveling and getting to know all kind of new people, our visitors will have a well-deserved night rest.

Liam Croubels

Welcome Milan

Our friends from Italy have just arrived in the railway station of Roeselare. They were met with our pupils who are looking forward to a fantastic exchange week!

Today at quarter past one the Italians arrived at the train station in Roeselare. After a long journey they were finally able to meet their partners. This is a short recap of the trip. They woke up this morning around five o’clock (for some pupils too early) and arrived at the Milan airport at half past sixAfter the boring check-in and safety checks they arrived at the gate. Once in the airplane and all seated some got some sleep and others were full of excitement.
They arrived in Brussels around ten o’clock and took the train in the direction of Roeselare. On the train they already socialized with 2 girls from Roeselare who had been awaitintg the Italians at the airport. All participants from Belgium were waiting impatiently to meet their exchange partner and of course all the other Italians at the train station. When the students from Italy arrived in Roeselare, they took a picture with the platform sign of Roeselare. Afterwards they walked down the stairs to meet their partners. The encounter was very special but also a bit uncomfortable at the same time. Everybody greeted each other and went home with a new family member (only for this one week of course). 
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