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When people in Germany think about Canada, they imagine beautiful landscapes, endless expanse and moose running through the snow storms. When I think about my last days here in Nova Scotia, I remember being at two different beaches, laying in the sun and enjoying the cold water in the pool in front of my host parents house.
Shelburne Regional High School

Shelburne Regional High School

My first two days in school were nice, I made new friends and I'm happy with my five courses: physical education, English, oceans, law and ... okay I don't love it as much as the other four courses ... math. But they were also two exhausting days, I couldn't find my classroom, I had to change my schedule and all the rest of it. That's why I'm very happy to have a long weekend with sunny weather, just now it is 28 degrees and I'm sitting outside wondering about the blue sky without any clouds! Yesterday we decided to go to the Roseway Beach which is about a half hour drive from our house. We were four girls and we actually were about 20 minutes in the cold seawater. My host sister Leire would say it was freezing (that's what she always says), I say it was very refreshing!:)
To all my friends in Germany: I hope you enjoy the rain and the cloudy sky :D
Lockeport beach

Lockeport beach

Posted by AnnikaInCanada 07:25 Archived in Canada Tagged canada nova_scotia study_abroad nsisp nsispfc clichés

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So glad you had the chance to enjoy sunshine and beach weather instead of moose running through snowstorms! :-)

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