High School USA Blog
Last month, fifty Americans from Experiment traveled to the charming town of Oberwesel for our midyear seminar. Amidst the chaos of fifty American teenagers in one youth hostel, we played a short game of hide-and-seek.
During the Christmas season in Germany, it is a tradition for Christmas markets all around Germany to open for one month. I was able to explore the Christmas market in Münster and try a few traditional German foods!
This was how my first day of school in Germany as a 10th grader unfolded. It sure was an eventful day and exhausting at moments, but I genuinely found myself having a good time. Jump in with me and I'll explain what made it so memorable.
Christmas is a very special time of the year where you spend especially time with your family. But what is it like to be with a different family, with different traditions and a complete different environment?
The three months I’ve spent in Germany have given me all kinds of unexpected circumstances. However, never in my life did I think I would find myself on a full train being squashed to bits by every BVB fan in the entire country.
Although this post is a little late, I found looking back on my trip to Köln last month as a good way to encapsulate the gratefulness I feel for the new knowledge and beauty I've experienced so far in my exchange year!
Rain. Lots and lots of rain. The wind and water change directions synonymously as they coat every inch of Main Street Hannover. Yet, just around the corner, the faint sound of music prevails.