Anjou projekt – Bytom, Lengyelország
2023. május 21-27.
The time spent in Poland was fantastic. We went there by train, which was quite long and tiring, but we still had a great time. Then we went to our host family, who were very welcoming. On the first day, we visited their school and got to know everyone. The next day, we headed towards Krakow and also visited Auschwitz, which was extremely moving. Then on Wednesday, we thoroughly explored the inner and old parts of Krakow and saw many monuments of the Angevin kings. On Thursday morning, we walked to Schindler’s Factory, where we watched an exhibition not only about the factory or Schindler’s life but also about Poland under German occupation. Then in the evening, we returned to Bytom, where the families welcomed us happily again. On Friday, we met with sadness, knowing that it would be our last day together. We completed the tasks given by the teachers and ended the day with a small Kahoot quiz and karaoke competition. On Saturday morning, there were tears and crying in front of the school, but we said goodbye with the hope of seeing each other again. We took a taxi to Katowice and then started our journey back to Hungary by train. I had a great time this week, and I would do it again anytime.
The week we spent in Poland was a great experience. We started our journey on sunday morning at a train station, we arrived later that day to Bytom where our hosts welcomed us. On the first day we met everyone, we also got a school tour. The second day we packed our stuff and headed in the direction of Krakow, but we stopped for a few hours to visit Aushwitz, it was definetly a moving experience. We then arrived to Krakow, we got our rooms in a hotel and got free time in the city. The next two days were all about the city. We had guided tours and visited museums such as the Schindler factory and the Wawel Castle Museum, and we walked around the main square a lot. All of our meals were in a local restaurant which was fairly decent. On Thursday afternoon we went back to Bytom. The following day we finished the tasks for the electronic museum and had a goodbye karaoke party. We all said our goodbyes that day and went home the next morning.
Balogh Emese Lili
After a really long journey we finally arrived to Bytom. I met with my host family. They were really nice. The first night the Polish students organized a meeting with the other students.
On our first day we went to their school. We had some work there and then had a lunch together.
The next day we went to Krakow. We spent 3 days there. We got the chance to see a lot of museums and we also explore the city. On Thursday we went back to Bytom to our families.
Friday was our last day together. We had a lot of fun at the school. But sadly we had to say goodbye.
I loved this project, and I’m lucky because I could be part of it. All the teachers and students were one of the friendliest people that I’ve ever met.
I am thankful for the week which I had the chance to spend in Poland. One of the biggest surprises was how fast the 8 hours train trip felt. My favourite city was Krakow. The best moment for me was the last night in one of the Polish student’s garden. I will always remember the care that I got from my host and the Polish school’s community