Have I ever mentioned that I happen to be a part of an NGO on my own? No? Well then. It just happened to be that some of the mobilities that we had planned took place in Romania. Let’s just say, there was a lot of work for me to do and it was not pleasant. I haven’t done anything like this before so it was more like going into an open sea without a compass and having no GPS signal. Lots of new information, excruciating headaches, etc.
However, the amount of amazing people I got to know through these mobilities is large. Portuguese (Portu- Geese, not jizz) , Czechs, Lithuanians, Estonians, Hungarians and some more Romanians that I’ve never met before. I didn’t really have a chance to communicate with people from other countries until now and this couldn’t have come at any better time. I was getting severely homesick in the last few weeks and meeting all of them allowed me to treat my hunger for new knowledge a lot better, then learning all by myself while sitting in the same city
I can’t even describe how much erasmus did for me (personal development, competences and many more), so if you think like you have nothing to do or just want to meet some new amazing people, then try to find some projects organised by different NGO’s all across EU (and some partner countries as well) as such experience could be eye-opening and refreshing!
I’ll see you all in september, bye!