2. päev: teisipäev, 10.04.2018//2nd Day: Tuesday, 10.04.2018

Like every morning I forgot to put alarm. It wasn’t problem at all because every morning at 7.30 little brother of my host (Håvard) began to cry. I don’t know why. To be honest his brother was more effective alarm than my phone. I heard from others that usually they ate sandwiches for breakfast. I think I was lucky because almost every day I ate for breakfast porridge or pancakes. On the same morning Håvard went on the trip with his class to the mountains. They dig a snowcaves and spent a night in there. My host said that there was not cold at all but my brother’s host said that he was freezing. At school teachers talked about tomorrow’s plans and we did group work. In each group had at least one member from each country (Italy, Spain, Norway, Turkey and Estonia). In our group, there were two members from Estonia – me and Kristjan. We had to compare the possibilities of growing in countries (everyone talked about their own country), finding similarities and differences, for example in the education system and food. After hard work we went to a guided tour at town, tour guide showed us an old street which was full of old boat houses. Mosjøen was pasture before and people herded reindeers there. Later people built there boat houses to hold big fishing boats. At some point, an important woman came there and built hotel. The tour guide showed one house and told that her grandfather’s grandfather built this house. Her grandfather’s family was very rich because they had all the businesses of the city, for example gas station and cafe. After about an hour, it was dinner at school. When we had eaten, we played hall hockey. To relax we watched one comedian movie. The school program was completed by that day. Håvard’s mom picked us (me and Italian who lived in the same family) up and dropped us to the Kristjan’s host place. We watched football. AS Rome and FC Barcelona were palying and of course the Spaniards supported FC Barcelona and the Italians supported AS Rome.

Written by Robin, Audentes School

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Nagu iga päev, unustasin ka see hommik endale äratuse panna. Sellest ei olnud midagi, sest iga hommik umbes 7.30 hakkas minu võõrustaja (Håvard) väikevend teadmata põhjusel täiest kõrist nutma. Ausalt öeldes oli väike poiss tõhusam kui telefon. Kuulsin teiste käest, et neil olid hommikusöögiks enamasti võileivad, mul vist vedas, sain peaaegu iga hommik putru, pannkooki või jogurtit. Samal hommikul läks Håvard oma klassiga mägedesse lumeonni ehitama, et nendes öö veeta. Koolis räägiti meile edasisest plaanist ning tegime grupitööd, igas grupis oli vähemalt üks liige igast riigist (Türgi, Hispaania, Norra, Itaalia, Eesti). Minuga samas tiimis oli eestlastest Kristjan. Pidime võrdlema riikides (igaüks rääkis siis oma riigist) üleskasvamise võimalusi, leidma sarnasusi ja erinevusi haridussüsteemis ja toidus. Peale seda läksime linnaekskursioonile ja giid tutvustas meile vana tänavat, mis oli kalurimaju täis. Mosjøen oli varem karjamaa, kus põhjapõtru kasvatati. Hiljem hakatigi sinna ehitama paadimaju, kuhu suured kalalaevad mahutati. Sellel ajal seal ei elatud. Umbes tunni aja pärast oli meil koolimajas söömine, pärast mida mängisime natuke saalihokit ning vaatasime filmi. Õhtupoole viis Håvardi ema meid Kristjani võõrustaja juurde, kus vaatasime jalgpalli ja sõime. Kohtumine oli AS Roma ja FC Barcelona vahel. Muidugi elasid itaallased omadele ja hispaanlased omadele kaasa.

Kirjutas Robin, Audentese Erakool