End of the experience???

I’m back home, but I don’t feel like this experience is finish. For sure I’ll keep in my memories and daily life things I learnt during my EVS in Czech Republik. I need to thank everybody who has been involve in my life in the country for 10 months.

I will start to put some unpublished images to share with you my feelings.

For now, these two pictures are to thank Hodina H who was my hosting organization.

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Frases de los Lunes

17 de Junio:

Mi novia cibernética me engaña con mi amigo imaginario.

Gracias Jonatan, por cada frase.

Ésta es la última frase de los lunes escrita en mi agenda. Pero para hoy, os dejaré una mía:

24 de Junio:

Disfruta de cada día como si fuera el últim….


In a project I was last week in Hungary I meet Austrian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Czech and of course Hungarian people. We had different activities like a visit to an arboretum, a big park where the people start to plant a lot of different species of trees to have a reserve. Also we travel by kanoe to the natural reserve in the middle of the lake and we were hearing the different kind of sings of birds that live there in the reef. Also we were in a high school where there is a teacher being volunteer in his free time and organizing activities for the youth during the weekends. They are also recycling tetrabricks, plastic, paper and glass. They won one competition for that in national level. And they showed to us how to build a ship, floating one, with the reef. Is one activity they usually do with the children in the forestry schools. ^_^ I really enjoyed the time with all of them, and I had also time with the Czech group to visit the castle of Buda, the chain bridge, and a famous place because of the pankcakes they make. Really good ones!

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Czech trhough my eyes 12

Otra cosa que me sorprende, los coches aquí pueden tener todas las lunas tintadas, cristales oscuros. En España está prohibido en las lunas delanteras (conductor y copiloto, y luna frontal).

Other thing that it was a surprise for me was that here you can have all the windows of the car tinted in dark when in Spain is forbidden in the front part of the car because of the visibility and security.

ojo checo