The first time we met was at the airport where my classmates and I were waiting for our guests. I remember being very impatient and nervous and the time went by slowly as we were standing next to the exit, carrying written posters and waiting for their plane to land. The exit doors finally opened.
Runa met my family and they were all so excited. We talked a lot, about culture differences and similarities, about our families … It was a great way to start our exchange. In the evening I also showed her a bit of my village and from her facial expressions I could tell that she was amazed (even though my village is nothing special).During the week we did a lot of stuff. We took them to our high school where we made origami and showed them around our school. One day we took them to Postojna cave and Ljubljana and later to Bled. Runa said that she hadn’t seen anything as beautiful as Bled. They were all amazed by Postojna cave as well.
On Sunday my family went to my grandparents’ house and we had a traditional Slovenian lunch. I must say that during her visit here she liked most of our food. She loved Čokolino and Milka chocolate, I actually cannot remember a single food she didn’t like