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First Weeks

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Hey guys!!

My name is Alexander Fraga, I'm 17 years old and I'm from Brazil. I'm here to talk about what I have experienced in these first weeks in Canada.
As a person who has left his country for the first time I can say that the idea of being far away from home in a completely different place is pretty scary, but we can't let that back us down because everything gets better and better as days go by.
In these three weeks I have done a lot of things like rafting, canoeing, ice skating, archery and hiking. When I first got here I went to the Foreign Correspondents Camp. In the same campus there were also the ESL camp and the Ambassadors Camp. I got to meet a lot of different people from a lot of different places and I loved it. During camp was when I got to go rafting and ice skating.
After the camp we were picked up by our host families. I won't lie, I was really nervous to meet my host parents, after all they were people I didn't knew and I'll live with them for a year. All that anxiety went away in the first 5 minutes of conversation. My host family is so sweet, that makes thing really easy. The family consists of the host parents, a host grandmother, a host cousin and two host brothers (the house is big). My host brothers are also international students, one from Japan and the other from Turkey. All the people in the host family are very nice.
One week after that, school started. It was also very good because the people are friendly, the teacher are great and the school offers you so many possibilities of activities to join which makes it way better than it already is. After one week of class all the international students from the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board went camping. That was great! I could meet more people from different countries and learn about their culture. In this camp we went canoeing, hiking, practiced archery and learned how to build a fire, which was pretty awesome!
The experience has been great so far and I could find out that adaptation was easier than I expected.

This is what I have for today's post. I'll be uploading pictures to the blog too. Hope you guys enjoyed it! See ya. :)

Posted by Arexiu 14:07 Archived in Canada Tagged #canada #nsispfc #nsisp #novascotia

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A great start to your adventure Alex! I'm sure you will continue to enjoy all of the opportunities available to you throughout your time in Nova Scotia! :-)

by nielsenm

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