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The Malta Experience - The End :( Today was our last day in Malta, and our last school day here in St. Julians. We met, as always, at 9:10 in front of the school. After talking about our plans for the afternoon, we went to our first lesson. We talked about our traveling plans and how long we would like to stay and what we would do there. Many students want to travel to Australia and New Zealand but also Thailand, Cuba, the U.S. and China were named. After talking about our future plans Sam, our teacher, gave us worksheets about the “Route 66”, a long and famous road in the U.S., which is perfect for road trips since you can drive through eight different States (from east to west, you can drive through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California). During the break a couple of students stayed in the classroom with Sam, took selfies with him, and talked about school and chatted with him. Afterwards we played “Mafia” and then we designed our own magazine. Everyone had to either write an article, a TV program or design their own Sudoku game, while Sam handed out our certificates. At the end we said goodbye to Samuel and went home. In the afternoon a lot of us went swimming or shopping. A couple of boys even went to the soccer field, even though it was very hot. We’d like to thank Gilbert, who organized our trips and Sam, who taught us a lot of new words and phrases and encouraged us to travel the world. Our last day ..... started for of us pretty late. A couple of us went down to the shopping mall to have breakfast at McDonald's. The other students either slept in or were busy packing their suitcases. The bus picked us up at about 1 pm and drove us to the airport where we waited for about 2 hours for the boarding. We didn't have any turbulences during our flight from Malta to Vienna. Only one suitcase was broken. We were really lucky! The coach ride back to our school was fun. We played cards and chatted, even though we had to go back to Graz. We were already halfway in Voitsberg but our bus driver forgot to drop off a student and one of our teachers. At 10:20 p.m. we finally arrived at our school in Voitsberg. It was a long day! Written by Viktoria and Daniela

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One, two, three, "give me 4it" - Day 7 on Powerboats Powerboats, turquoise water and fun! We met at 11:20am. We were very excited because no one of us had done this before. At first we left the little harbor in a normal speed but suddenly the boat went very fast, over 55 knots (about 100 km/h)! It was insane, the curves and waves made us jump and scream. There was not single person who wasn't smiling. After the crazy ride we saw some amazing caves in the sea with clear water. Then we went to the 'blue lagoon'. The panorama was incredible. Only the weather wasn't so good t, but we had to swim in the clear water! It was lovely! A few girls and Mrs Colantonio booked a ride on the "Crazy Sofa". They were completely soaked when they came back. After three hours on the beach we returned to Malta by powerboat. It was a fast and fantastic ride home. It was a perfect day. Written by Julia and Lukas

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Josetta, the best tour guide of Malta showed us Gozo, Day 6 Gozo - a wonderful island We met in front of the 'The George' at half past 9. Our tour guide Josetta picked us up at 10 o'clock. Our bus drove along the coast, the sea was awesome. Josetta told us a lot of interesting facts about Malta. We admired "the Großglockner" of Malta and our 'Our Lady of Ta Pintu'. We also saw small farms where the Maltese produce the famous cactus fig liqueur . Our class admired the 'The Miracle Church of Mosta'. During the second world war a bomb hit this holy place but it did not explode. It was a real miracle. Then we took to the ferry and arrived in Gozo after 25 minutes. Josetta told us that the inhabitants of Gozo are called "Gozitans". We loved Gozo because it was cleaner and more beautiful than Malta. This island has two names, Gozo in English and Għawdex in Maltese. We drove to a quarry and there we discovered that we could rent a boat. It was awesome to visit these fascinating caves. After the boat trip we went back to the bus and drove to Rabat. Rabat is the capital of Gozo and it has also an English name, Victoria. We visited this city and had our lunch break there. After lunch we went to the bus and drove to the Ramla Bay. This was the highlight of the day. It was so beautiful and it was really hot. After a short break we took the ferry back to Malta. One day we will return! This is a promise! Written by Katja and Stefanie

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School, Sport and Soccer, Day 5 of the Malta Experience Our day started as usual at 9:30am. At first everyone got a topic about Malta like sport in Malta or Maltese traditions. Then we had to read these texts and give a short presentation about our topic. Afterwards we played a nice game called 'Mafia'. Then there was a short break. During the second period we talked about what games we had played with our childhood friends. At the end of the school day our teacher split us in four groups and we had to create a new sport. We had to invent a name and rules for this sport. In the afternoon we ate something at 'Subway', then we played football and went to the beach. We love Malta! Written by Marco

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Churches, Cake, a Birthday ...... ... and a teacher in the pillory Malta, Day 4 Our lesson started as always at 09:30 am. First we read an article about refugees. Then we had to define the words migrate, immigrate and emigrate. We also discussed the problems and possible solutions of this problem. After the break, we worked with an article called 'Milan Expo 2015: Violent May Day protests at No Expo anti-capitalist demonstration'. After school Victoria – our tour guide – drove with us to Mdina and Rabat. Malta is full of churches and so we visited the St. Paul's Church and Grotto. We also took photos from the highest point in Malta – the Dingli Cliffs. These cliffs are 250 metres (820 ft) high. Then we visited Mdina – the ancient capital of Malta. We admired the Palazzo Vihena, the Cathedral and the Cathedral Square of Mdina, the Archbishops Palace and the Palazzo Xara, the Palazzo Falzon and the Bastions. It was really awe-inspiring. Mdina is a very wonderful city and it was also one of the film locations of 'Game of Thrones'. In Medina we also saw beautiful parks with exotic trees and flowers. One of the highlights was the Cafè Fontanella. The cakes tasted wonderful! We also would like to say to Isabella 'Happy Birthday'– because today is her 20th birthday! Written by Verena, Tara and Isabella

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Fishing, Swimming and other fancy things Our third day in Malta - St. Julian Our day started as usual at 9:10am in front of the school where we met our teachers. The first lesson started at 9:30am. First we talked about climate change and then we did a crossword. After that we watched a video – 'Climate change: Earth's giant game of Tetris'. Then we had to answer questions and discussed the answers in class. In the second lesson we worked in four groups. Every group had to read and write a text. Then we switched groups and we discussed our texts. At the end of the lesson we had to choose the best and the worst texts. Then we had a feedback session and at 1pm we had our lunch break. In the afternoon we had time to buy souvenirs or going for a walk or to the beach. A couple of girls went to a place where fish eat people and not the other way round! It was a very enjoyable day! Written by Verena, Tara and Isabella

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The Malta Experience - Day 2 On the second day - after having breakfast with our host families - we met in front of the school at 9am. At school Gilbert gave us ESE-T-shirts. Then we had our first two English lessons, there was also a short test and we talked about ourselves. After a short break we had our last lesson. Afterwards a tour guide picked us up and we drove to the capital of Malta, Valletta. There our tour guide, Josetta, led us through Valletta and showed us the most important sights. We admired the city walls, the ruins of the theater, the new parliament, the church of Our Lady of the Victory and the city garden. We also watched a short film concerning the history of Malta. Valletta is a lovely city and we are looking forward to our next day-trip! Written by Dominik and Elias

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4it - The Malta experience a historical, linguisitc and cultural experience in Malta Our first day: We met at 4am in front of the school. We chatted for a short while and then the bus arrived. The bus driver helped us to store our luggage. Elias suddenly noticed that he forgot his wallet at home. He drove home but he was back in seven minutes. An all-time record! After that we drove to Vienna and then we hopped on the plane. The flight lasted only two hours. A friendly man called Gilbert helped us and introduced us to our host families. The host families were very nice. In the evening we had an orientation walk with Gilbert. He showed us St. Julian. It was awesome. After that we walked to the "Havanna Club" in St. Julian. After this party we went home. It was an exciting and interesting day.

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Vielen Dank an unsere tolle Schülervertretung für die Organisation des lustigen Schulfestes 2015 Mehr Bilder findet ihr hier: http://www.bhak-voitsberg.ac.at/newweb/index.php

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