Monday, 11 December 2017

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Thursday, 28 September 2017

Student exchange in Croatia. Day 4.

We have spent the first part of the morning working on Drama activities at school so as this afternoon we will show the techniques at the townhall in front of the parents and teachers. 
To dramatize we made two groups, played with sounds, movements, one minute improvisation...
By the end of the great sesion we learnt that there’s theater on us. It was Ivana marijancic, the drama teacher, who showed how wonderful it is to act and how easy  feelings  and sensations come out from us.
Facebook Ivana Dramski Odgoj Marijancic

The second part of the morning we visited lessons with our hosts.
During the English lesson we learnt advantages and disadvantages of living in big cities, the environment in the class was nice and it invited to participate in the conversation. 

Visit of the day:
First thing we visited the summerhouse  of the poet Hanibal Lucić, 14th century.
In the afternoon, we had dinner that parents had prepared. We played instruments , sang traditional songs and we all enjoyed having  good fun, 
Students were given some prizes they had won during the week.
Best team at Kahoot!: Lithuania. 
Best team at Croatian pronunciation: Hungary and Lithuania.

Then students practiced songs from their countries and culture, for example:Turkey 1):ah istanbul from Sezen aksu,2): hasretinle yandi gönlüm, 3)  Deniz tekin.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017


Wednesday was our third day in that beautiful island of Hvar. At 8:00 we departed for Jelsa which is situated in a bay on the middle of the north coast of the island. To the south of the town there are dense pine woods on the sloping hills of the island's ridge. Interestingly, Jelsa is the only place in Hvar with an abundance of fresh water. As a result, there is more luxuriant vegetation there than elsewhere on the island. The agricultural plain lying to the west of Jelsa is the UNESCO protected world heritage site. We visited the local library in Jelsa.

Another stop on the trip was Stari Grad which is on the island’s north coast. It is a quieter, more cultured and altogether more sober affair than Hvar Town, its stylish and sybaritic sister. If you are not after pulsating nightlife and thousands of people crushing each other along the streets in the high season, head here and enjoy the island at a more leisurely pace. The name Stari Grad means 'Old Town', a reference to the fact that it was founded in 384 BC by the ancient Greeks, who knew it as Pharos. The surrounding fields are still divided into parcels of land demarcated in antiquity. The town sits at the end of a deep inlet, with the narrow lanes of the old quarter spreading out on its southern side. We had a guide tour around the town. Also, we had a creativity workshop there.

Later on on the island tour we had that big lunch at Stančić‘s in Dol. Dol is a small, quiet and picturesque village located 3 km south of the town of Stari Grad. Everyone liked that big lunch, really.