So school has started here in Sweden. My school started 1,5 week ago so my classes have now started for real and I should be working on a Swedish group presentation that we have tomorrow, but nah. I had this idea that I would tell you all about the subjects I am taking, because it's different here than in England (something I wrote about here) and throughout the year I remember discussing the school in our countries with the other exchange students. So in England I took three subject, although four was the normal and suggested. Here, currently, I'm taking Swedish, English, Maths, Culture history, Digital creation, Choir (two different ones), Natur science, PE, Music theory, Ensemble and two different instruments. That is 13 different classes that I have, every week. The difference is, of course, that I don't have 5h of every subject each week.
In the last post, I wrote that I would be going to Nanna for a few days. It's been a while since that happened now. But it was so much fun seeing her again, and seeing how she lives and meet her friends and family that I've only heard about before. The hard thing was the language, since I had to do my best to understand Danish. But somehow we managed. We talked about our year, watched way too much of Swedish Paradise Hotel and ate a lot. But at least I managed to bring some typically Danish food with me home, so I'm counting it as a success.
Other things I've done since the last post: We had a festival in my city (Malmöfestivalen) so I went to two different concerts, once to see Movits! and once to see Tingsek, both were really good. Timo, who I met in Edinburgh and Belfast, came to visit me and my family with his parents during their trip through Scandinavia, and that was really nice as well. Other than that, I've been hanging out with friends, driving and going to school.
My next planned trip will be this weekend, when I'm going to Stockholm for the EF Homecoming Party, so you might get an update about that at some point.
Nanna and I on the day that I left.