Sep 18 2010

Back to nature life style

Published by at 10:36 am under Leisure

‘Boras is a small but safe city’, a friend of mine informed me about this city. This information was being one of many factors encouraging me to visit this place. How? As technology has been provided information regarding opportunities for scholarship I started searching for this. Erasmus Mundus External Windows Cooperation (EMECW) was an activity created by eleven universities from European and Asean countries. They were offering staffs and students of universities involved in this program to join exchange program. This opportunity was pushed myself to learn, apply, and win this. Then… finally…… I have won an opportunity to stay for one month in Hogskolan i Boras. The program is Staff Mobility (Exhange Staff) for the Teacher Training at the School of Education & Behavioral Science.

My flight arrived Landveter on Friday, 14 August 2010.
Located in about the middle of Sweden, fourty five minutes by car to the east from the Landveter Airport of Gotheborg.
I was surprissed when I did not find any crowded and bussy people in the airport.
Before Lillemore, a profesor of Boras, who picked me up at the airport call my name I did not realized that I have already out of airport.

The day after Ingeborg invited me and some Erasmus’ friends for a barbeque.
It was a Ramadhan fasting for me.
But, joint them to the lake would be great.
During their barbeque, I spent my time enjoying the lake.
Some children were swimming in the lake.
Some couples were jogging climb up the hill.

Children are swimming in the lake

The first time I came to the office, I saw a lot of students ride their bicycle.

A week after I have stayed in this city I found that more people enjoyed walking, hiking, and love their nature.

Children are swimming in the lake

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