Ersasmus+ The Angevins – Reports on Aversa
One of the most beatiful journey of my life, I am not lying. Southern Italy is one of the most spectecular seaside of the whole world, I definitely will go back to Amalfi, Sorrento or Naples.
We have seen at least twenty churches or domes, the first fifteen was amazing, the last five was a little bit of too much of culture. I have learned a lot about how Italian people think, learn, communicate or even drive! 🙂 The erasmus community was absolutely good for me, I found a lot of new friends around Aversa, I still in active contact with some of them after one month of returning to Hungary! I especially liked the Croatian teachers, funniest teachers I have met I think!
Thanks for the opportunity!
We arrived at night to the host families in Aversa and fortunatly we could communicate with them, although (as I realised later) there were big differences between the language skills of the participant students or families. We had 5 students from Hungary, there was also a Croatian, a French and a Polish team (5-5 students) and of course the hosting Italians.
We travelled a lot around Naples, we went into the city, then we visited the town of Sorrento, Amalfi, Minori, Scala, Ravello and the Royal Palace in Caserta just in 4 days. We took these trips with a private bus with our whole Erasmus team and we saw beutiful landscapes.
In these towns our program was simple. We went to castles and churches and there was always a guide who told us things about historical eras and people.
But these tours for me were far less interesting than talking with the students from the other countries, the host families, the friends of the hosts and the Hungarian team, I really loved the community in this project.
In the last full day we went into the local school and we worked on the online representation of what we had seen in the previous days, then in the morning we have came back to Budapest. Szabó Áron