Budapest volt a legjobb!Budapest was the best! – Farawell message from Salla

Sallától megkaptuk a visszaemlékezést, Budapestről, Magyarországról, és a Cserkészparkól. Olvassátok… angolul

 

I was spending my Erasmus-semester in Budapest Hungary. I really didn’t know much about Hungary before I got there. I spent four months in Budapest and learnt to love it and now when I’m back home I really miss it. Most of Finnish students go to learn clothes design to Spain or Italy but I’m so glad that I went Hungary. I met amazing people and I hope that they are going to be in my life forever at somehow. I got friends also from Hungarian people, not just Erasmus –students. Hungarian people are really nice and so helpful that first I didn’t know what to say. I wasn’t used to it.

Even though I went to study to Hungary I did so much more also. I traveled to new cities; Prague, Bratislava and Wien where I had never been. I saw some culture and just enjoyed my life in new city. Budapest is such a wonderful city and there is so much to do, see and feel. I think that best place in Budapest was central market hall. There you can see traditional Hungarian life and you can never be bored there. There is always something happening and it’s just nice to walk there. I also loved the Parliament house and Castle hill.

Because I’m a scout in Finland I wanted to do some scout things in Budapest also. I’m so happy that I had a chance to make it possible. I was once a week volunteer in Budapest scout centre and I really enjoyed that time. All my Tuesdays there were different but I would never change it. I had a feeling that when I was there I was part of something, something big and important to me. Very big thanks for that belongs to Greg and Tardos who made this all possible.

I have a feeling that I wasn’t only in student –exchange. I had a feeling that I wasn’t there only for studying.  I learnt to live new life, traveled new countries,  got new friends and had possible to do some scout in a different country. Going to student exchange is absolutely worth it. I think it’s actually much more. It’s a chance to do amazing things and you can never know what is going to happen next!

 I was spending my Erasmus-semester in Budapest Hungary. I really didn’t know much about Hungary before I got there. I spent four months in Budapest and learnt to love it and now when I’m back home I really miss it. Most of Finnish students go to learn clothes design to Spain or Italy but I’m so glad that I went Hungary. I met amazing people and I hope that they are going to be in my life forever at somehow. I got friends also from Hungarian people, not just Erasmus –students. Hungarian people are really nice and so helpful that first I didn’t know what to say. I wasn’t used to it.

Even though I went to study to Hungary I did so much more also. I traveled to new cities; Prague, Bratislava and Wien where I had never been. I saw some culture and just enjoyed my life in new city. Budapest is such a wonderful city and there is so much to do, see and feel. I think that best place in Budapest was central market hall. There you can see traditional Hungarian life and you can never be bored there. There is always something happening and it’s just nice to walk there. I also loved the Parliament house and Castle hill.

Because I’m a scout in Finland I wanted to do some scout things in Budapest also. I’m so happy that I had a chance to make it possible. I was once a week volunteer in Budapest scout centre and I really enjoyed that time. All my Tuesdays there were different but I would never change it. I had a feeling that when I was there I was part of something, something big and important to me. Very big thanks for that belongs to Greg and Tardos who made this all possible.

I have a feeling that I wasn’t only in student –exchange. I had a feeling that I wasn’t there only for studying.  I learnt to live new life, traveled new countries,  got new friends and had possible to do some scout in a different country. Going to student exchange is absolutely worth it. I think it’s actually much more. It’s a chance to do amazing things and you can never know what is going to happen next!