Written by Johan Nygard (DK), Ilu Samhi (SP), Elba Echarri (SP), Jorge Morera (SP).
First, we went to the school and were taught about the sustainable development goals. In groups of 8 people, we made some boxes with the goals.
And then the alert clock began to ring. So everyone went out and waited in the rain at the BOPA square.
After that we went to the nursing home by bike, we ate some typical Danish open-faced sandwiches called Smørredbrød, because when you’re going to the best country in the world, you have to experience their food and culture.
The Smørredbrød is based on a loaf of rye bread and butter. Then it’s topped with meat, fish or vegetables.
The food was very good, but it was strange. Everyone except for the Irish, Spanish and Lithuanian liked it.
After the delicious lunch, we cycled to the channel and to the sightseeing boat. We sailed through Holmens Kanal, which is a channel in Copenhagen. We saw the little mermaid and the opera building.
Then the students went home to their Danish hosts and ate dinner. Everyone, except for Irish, Lithuanian and Spanish students, agreed with the fact that Copenhagen is the best city in the whole world.