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The third day started with some plays for our shadow theatre on Friday, where every group has to perform something about the migration in their country. We had to change text passages, which were read by one person, into movements. This wasn't easy! After every country had performed it's play, we went to see the village Christian with its very old church built by German settlers. We went up the church tower and had a beautiful view over the village and of the highest mountain in Romania. We also visited the fortified church St. Michael, situated on a hill called Michaelsberg. Then we had a delicious traditional Romanian dinner at Belvedere Restaurant. After the bus took us back to Sibiu, we returned to the host families.
On Tuesday we got up at about 8 o'clock and went to school at 9 am. First we played a game to get to know each other better. After that the three representatives of each country worked in a group to find typical attributes of the immigrants coming to our country. Then one of us read them out to the audience while the others were performing a shadow theatre visualising the attributes. A professional actress helped us to develop the play, which we will perform on Friday to the teachers and pupils of the school. The rehearsals were very funny and cool. In the end we got the task to present a shadow to express certain emotions to improve our way of performing. After that we had freetime for the rest of the day. So I went home with my host and we ate something and in the afternoon we took a rest. In the evening other Erasmus people came to our place with their hosts to watch a movie together.
Today we all met at 9 o'clock at the school Onisifor Ghibu in Sibiu (Hermannstadt). It took some time until the participants from Norway, France, Austria, Germany and Romania had arrived. Then we went on a small tour around the school and had a look at some classrooms. After the tour, we met in the festival hall and the students of each country gave two presentations, one about their school, hometown and their country and one about immigration to their country in the past. Then we had two hours of freetime. We had lunch, walked through a shopping center of Sibiu and visited the city center and the city hall. There we met our teachers and had a guided tour of Sibiu, which was very interesting even though it was really cold outside (-13°C). The guide told us a lot about the history of the city, showed us the remains of the medieval defense wall and a great theater. After this, we all went home with our exchange partners and met again at the house of another student after dinner.
The journey to Romania started smoothly: We were taken to the airport by cab. Since the French and the Norwegians were scheduled on the same airplane, we had the chance to get to know them while waiting together at the gate. The flight took less than two hours, but when we arrived, it was already dark. A bus took us to the city where our host families were already waiting. They all gave us a warm welcome.
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