On Monday the Erasmus project started with some funny games in the gym of the high school in Fiñana to get to know each other. After that we were divided into three groups and started working on different topics in class. In the afternoon we went to the local theatre to play drama. In the evening all students spent time in a pub together.
On Tuesday we took the bus to Granada to visit an ancient fortress, which is called 'the Alhambra'. It is a stunning monument that is definitely worth being visited. The rest of the day, we spent time in a big shopping centre in Granada.
Wednesday was the only 'normal' day during our week in Spain. After the lessons in the morning we went on playing drama after a short break. In the evening we all met again to play football and enjoy dinner together.
The next day started with our lessons. After some self-evaluation and a tasty lunch we finished drama and were ready to enjoy a free afternoon, which we used to visit Fiñana. In the evening, we watched our theatre film together while having a little party.
On Friday, the last day of our week, we wrote the final exam on all the stuff we had learnt about during the whole week. After that we did sports to cool down. The afternoon was used to spent time in a pub or to pack our suitcases for Saturday. Some of us simply took a nap to recover from a week without much sleep. Then, in the evening the big party took place in a disco in Abla, a small town near Fiñana. This party was a really great ending of an amazing week in Spain. As we all knew, the meeting in Spain was the last meeting of the Erasmus project, which made us a bit sad.
Finally, the day of departure had come, and we enjoyed the last breakfast with our hosting families. A lot of students met for the last time to say goodbye before every delegation left to the airport recalling an impressive week.
Read the press article on the week here.