As you probably remember, I was in Greece for a week due to a study trip with my whole class -- which was great! But I didn't have much time to blog due to the activities and the tight "learning" schedule. If you're ever going to Athens, you must visit the acropolis, the view is amazing from there, and try to book a tour for the parliament - yes, I know.. super-big tourist-like, but it is definitely a must. I have generally been really fond of the ancient histories about the Roman Empire, Greece, Egypt, etc. I know the islands are more fun in Greece - especially because I've been to Crete, but Athens is probably underrated. Overall the girls and I had fun - we ate a huge amount of gyros, and on the last night we went for sushi! And all dinners were consumed with a glass of wine and of course they were followed by a night out with many drinks. The night life in Athens are wild enough and we went to an LGBT+ club, which was a great experience! The locals recommended a bar called six bulldogs, and it was a delight!
After a long travel to Greece, we finally got here! I sat behind the blogger Josephine on the plane and Sandra Willer was there as well - they were also going to Greece, but they went on a fancy island I bet. So now, I am here with my first year IB class and I am way too excited for what's going to happen next! I love Greece, and I can't wait to show you and tell you more about it!
Spring. Spring is my favorite time of the year! It's the season where flowers blossom and the wind starts to get a little warmer - maybe not for Denmark, but for the most part, that's what spring is. I haven't been doing much since Wednesday. Nothing exciting just school work and revision, but I did have plenty of time to watch series haha! But it is again time to hit the books, but before that, we shouldn't forget Easter! I've hidden chocolate eggs in the garden for my nephews to find, and I can't wait for their reactions! I'm just spending som quality time with my family before I leave for Fjand tomorrow. Oliver's parents are celebrating their silver wedding, which I will be attending tomorrow, so I'll give you little updates on how it goes! See you in my next post.