When we applied for the project 1 month ago, we couldn’t even imagine the great journey that we experienced the previous 10 days in Sardinia. We met each other for the first time on the airport, but we were all so happy about what was coming that all the possible problems seemed irrelevant.
Arriving at the airport of Alghero was great. The beautiful sun and the amazing landscapes could make you feel like you were on vacations in Greece. After a few hours there, we went straight to our new home, the wonderful Uri, a village near to Alghero where we joined the other team and our new roommates.
We were waking up early in the morning and after the taste of a great local espresso, we were inside and outside of the working room till dinner time working with non-formal education techniques, such as interactive workshops. That kind of education is really different and makes you feel happier and more productive. We were mainly discussing topics about nature, the future of our world and the youth entrepreneurship in the eco field. We also had 2 beautiful excursions at Alghero and Sassari and 2 great intercultural nights where every team made presentations of her country.
In the end, the most important part is always the people. We met and exchange opinions and ideas with great and really different personalities from all over Europe and some unforgettable conversations took place there. We may be a few thousand kilometers away from each other now but we will remember these days.
The article is by Sotiris Savvas.
The project was funded by Erasmus+.