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LIving the real Halloween in Nova Scotia!

Is this real or I am dreaming? No! This is Halloween!
Dozens of children wearing costumes: witches, superheroes, zombies and more. I felt I was in a movie. Why? well, because everywhere looks like it when you see the houses decorated, ghosts, and of course pumpkins!.
Days before Halloween there are NSISP Halloween parties for each region.I had so much fun and I won a gift card in the pumpkin scarving with my NSISP pumpkin, I felt so happy. Also in the party we had an ice cream bar! Maybe you will be thinking "Do I have to use a costume?" well, no necessary, but come on! it is halloween! and if you do not want to spending very much in a costume you can do it yourself (I dressed up as Bert from Mary Poppins) and it will be funnier.



October 31st Today was Halloween!. I was so excited.

"Do teenagers go to trick-or-treating?";
"Is it fun?";
"Does it matter if I am an international student to trick or treat?

Normally CANADIAN teenagers do not go to trick-or-treat, but it is not a rule!, You can see some trick-or-treating. As an international student trick-or-treating is better (many people shows excited to give candy to an international student) , you just not get A lot of candy, you have a blast!. And if you want to do it better, go with another international or canadian students to trick-or-treating and belive me the experience will be A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!. Trick-or-treating is just not prettty cool, you have an incredible experience and A LOT OF CANDY. To give you an idea a got a full box of treats and there were so many candies that there was not enough space and I am not including the 12 pops!.



Halloween was better than I thought. I cannot wait to see what is happening in Christmas!

Manuel Tamayo.

Posted by The Journalist 10:02 Archived in Canada Tagged canada nova_scotia study_abroad nsisp nsispfc ad_astra_international study_in_canada

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Great Costume! Great Pumpkin! Great load of candy! Happy Halloween!

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