“Stay of Irish People as part of the Erasmus+ Project”
Our guests are funny and have a great sense of humor. Time spent with them is really very pleasant and smiling. They surprise us every day with their openness and their “Irish time”.
As part of the Erasmus + project “Mallow College of Further Education Erasmus Program” on Monday (05/02/2018) a group of 30 students at Mallow College in Ireland and carers came to us. As befits Poland, we welcomed them with traditional frost and snow.
Our guests have the opportunity to visit Poland for the first time. And here their adventure begins … “my first time”. Most of the program participants had the opportunity to fly for the first time, some of them saw the snow for the first time, touch and taste sensations were indescribable. Their first time will be still below.
For our guests, in addition to the planned implementation of internships with employers, we have planned an intense time:
Monday: The group was accommodated. We gave a reprieve this day … they were to gain strength for the remaining days.
Tuesday: According to the program, the group appeared in our school. Official welcome and an opportunity to explore … from the so-called kitchen. Due to the fact that it was a holiday time and the school was almost empty … it was possible to look into every nook and cranny. The enormity of our school has translated into the size of their eyes. Following this, all studnets attend their internships and discussed the prgramme ahead with their supervisors.
In the evening, the time has come for a piece of our city. Its central part as well as the green one. Basically during this period, white and frozen. Pogoria. Walking on the ice and slip in fact brought a lot of smile.
Wednesday: All students attended their internships followed by a local history trip.
Thursday: Fat Thursday. We can amaze the Irish … what … twelve donuts for less than 1 euro JW this day our guests were waiting for an easy task.
All students attended internhsips followed by a Polish language class. And here is the specter of our “Dż”, “cz” and “ż”. I wonder how long they will dream about how they break their language on ours?
For the loosening of our jaw and mind, we decided to take our guests to a hockey game … and here again their “first time”. Cheering went much better than saying “jam.” After the match, we found time to walk around Katowice.
Friday: All students attended internhsips followed by an evening cultural visit to Our pride Cracow. Visiting Wawel, the Royal Castle, Cloth Hall and other interesting Krakow places. A whole day of walking, watching, experiencing, admiring and admiring.
Saturday: Students completed week 1 of internhsips followed by free time for shopping
Sunday: A trip to the Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum. A time of reflection and reflection.
To sum up the first week: Our guests are funny and have a great sense of humor. Time spent with them is really very pleasant and smiling. They surprise us every day with their openness and their “Irish time”.
(Technical Scientific Institutes in Dąbrowa Górnicza TZN).