July 4th - STS Championship - Part I

Something good about Bournemouth is that the meeting point (The Square) is 1 minute from all the shops McDonalds, the beach and all the buses. It's amazing to not have to take the bus to go anywhere. And after the lessons, our leader Eric, said that we could to go free for some shopping! Some stores we went to for sure was Primark, New Look, River Island, Top Shop, Zara and even H&M (they had stuff Sweden didn't even have! And cheaper!!!). I swear I bought clothes for at least £40 in those two hours before we went home. I haven't mentioned that I had the best host family ever. I miss them so much, their sense of humour and they were just so nice and wanted me to follow them to the store for grocery shopping or just sit down to have tea and talk. They were amazing, and so were my room mates!
In the evening we had this huge championship were all the students ganged up as a team, representing the motherland. We had one of each country (Denmark, Noway, Spain and Italy) except for Sweden. We were so many we had to have FOUR teams. But that didn't mean we'd win, hahaha! Here's the first part of the championship, the preparations! xx
 
 
 

July 3rd - Sportsday

This Wednesday started off at school for three hours then me and my friends went to Tesco to buy a quick lunch before the Oceanarium. (Tesco have the cheapest food ever, awesome lunch offers of fruit salads, sandwiches, pasta salads, meat pasties and chicken snacks. And of course Lay's potatochips and candy bars. I really miss Tesco now when I'm in Sweden again.) The Oceanarium reminds me of Kolmården or Ölands Djurpark, except they only had fishes and other sea creatures. It was awesome, something different.
In the evening we had a Sportsday. We played crab soccer, a blind folded game and fooled around in the water. After this we bounded a lot more with the Spanish and Italian students. x

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

July 2nd - Poole & Party

After school we took the bus to Poole's big shopping centre for some shopping, drinking coffee, and, for me, search after more CD's to buy at HMV. Music is incredibly cheap in the UK compared to Sweden. One of the CD's I bought costs around 300 SEK (£28) in Sweden, but in England I got it for £6 (70 SEK). You bet I bought a lot of CD's in the UK... 12 CD's actually. 
When we came back to Bournemouth again, we prepared ourselves for the student party at Halo. There was two clubs we went to every week, and it was Halo and Cameo. Cameo was the best and I learned very quickly that you SHOULD NOT wear jeans on these clubs. It was so hot, it's literally insane how sweaty I was after all dancing and jumping. After the party me and some friends went to Subway for a late night sandwich. x
 

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