Thursday, 2 April 2020



                                  my trip to Poland

A few months ago we went to Poland in a Erasmus project, it was a fantastic ctic trip, we arrived two days early, so he had time to see Gnask a beautiful place were we enjoyed walking around the city and getting to know the history of the city, then we took a train and we arrived to Szubin where we got no meet our family for a few days.
In my case, i was with marta, she is so friendly, she try to teach me how to speaking polish,  we laugh a lot with his family and it was fantastic staying at her house, the her fiends, we made a very good group with the others students  of Poland, and then, to that group they came the Italian students, those were crazy they would be singing every second and truing to make laugh doing jokes, and also the Hungarians  came to our group and they were fantastic!!!!.

That week we made a lot of trips to Gnask (again), Bydgoszcz and Torun, a really like the last one!

I really recommend this project, because you get to know people of all around the world, you have the opportunity to travel to different places or host people in your house, and practise your english and learn more!.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020



I will never forget the great experience that I had in Poland. We visited a lot of beautiful sites, such as Gdansk, Bydgoszcz and Torun. But my favorite one was the trip to Malbork Castle.

The best thing about the trip was to meet new people from other countries. Also my partner Maja treated me very well.

 I recommend this experience to every student and i don't why more people of Spain didn't get into this project.

Trip to Poland. 🇵🇱

I really enjoyed the trip to Poland. I loved to meet and make new friends that come from different parts of the world. I liked every attraction and exhibit we visited during the three days. I'd like to say a big thanks to my host family for having me throughout the trip.

Sunday, 1 March 2020

Trip to Poland.

I traveled from Latvia to Poland, the road was long. We spent an hour on the plane and four hours on the train.
I was greeted by Roxana and her mom. Coming home I was greeted with a delicious dinner.
My favorite day was the second day when we visited Bydgoszcz, sightseeing. 
There were some very nice and fun tour guides who were interesting about the whole thing.
I could take a lot of good pictures there.

It was very difficult to say goodbye to Roxana and her family. I felt very welcome there. I look forward to seeing Roxana and her family again soon. 

Thank you Erasmus + for this wonderful opportunity.

Trip to Poland

I really loved trip to Poland . It was nice to meet new people . Everything in Poland was absolutely beautiful . It was nice to meet somoene else in my age but from different country . This trip helped me to improve my English. Thanks to my host family and big thanks to Cyprian 🙏.

Saturday, 29 February 2020

Amazing Poland!!!

If the previous mobilities in the other countries were fantastic, Poland has been also another amazing mobility. All participants could learn about a great part of the historical heritage of the north of this country, visiting shocking museums such as the “Exploseum”, located in an old Nazi explosives factory during the Second World War, camouflaged in the forests of Bydogoszcz, to other museums such as the Mint, where treasures were found buried in religious buildings of the city. We visited Malbork Castle, the largest Gothic castle in the world, and which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. We learned about the birth movement of unionism in Poland at the European Center for Solidarity in Gdansk. This site is dedicated to the history of Solidarity and the rest of the dissident movements that emerged in communist Europe. The idea of ​​constructing this building came up in 2005 to create a "world center for the ideas of freedom, democracy and solidarity". In Gdansk, the whole group strolled along its Royal route, the main street of the historic center, full of buildings with beautiful and colorful facades. We also visit the city of Torun, the hometown of Copernicus, where we enjoy the interactive science museum located in what was his residence. In Torun all participants learned about the Milky Way and its planets with a screening at the Planetarium. Torun is also famous for gingerbread, all of us participated in a workshop to make gingerbread cookies, obtaining even a certification! The Spanish participants of IES Gabriel Miró also had the opportunity to visit the city of Wraclow where we were amazed by the Leopoldina room in the Wraclow University museum and learned the history of this beautiful city in the museum located in the Royal Palace. Thanks to Magda, Ewa and rest of Polish teachers that prepared this agenda plenty of learning and enjoyable time for all of us, and also thanks to the Polish families that hosted our students so nicely. Looking forward to meet the European family we are in next mobility in Hungary!!!

A nice trip to Poland!!

I was lucky to be a part of this amazing trip we had in Poland. I really liked meeting new people and seeing new cultures this week i spent there. I also want to thank Michalina, Igor and their family for hosting me, they were great. I love the buildings in Poland, they are not like that in Iceland. Thanks for everything! :)