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3 MONTHS IN NOVA SCOTIA

Almost 130,000 minutes abroad

===Three months===
Today I am turning three months in Nova Scotia, I cannot believe the time passed so fast, I remember before being here I was at the hospital very sick and in a lot of pain, I felt so sad because the day before I was supposed to take my flight to Nova Scotia, I got sick, I was for first time in an ambulance, and those days were very, very painful for me. I am telling you this, because the day I took my flight(two weeks after the day I was supposed to arrive) something happened to me, I was so happy, so grateful

"After the storm always comes the calm"

My first day was so incredible, I was and I still being so happy, I love my host family, everyday is a unique memorie with them. Until this point this program and my host family has made me a better person, and I have learned so much. The phrase "Three months" is very easy to say, but it means now so much: New people, new memories, smiles, laughs, trips, photos, a great and unique experience abroad.
On November many good things happened.

New Brunswick Trip

Zoo, Hockey and Shoping!
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===Multicural Night===

A magic night having the opportunity to show our country: Food, music, traditional clothes, traditional dance, and Tons of Fun!
As the First NSISP Mexican Foreign Correspondent, this night meant so much for me, because I achieved show what proud I am from being Mexican and what an amazing way to show it but with making our display showing our most famous Mexican Tradition "Day of the Death", I was on charge of decoration, I made 40 "Cempasúchil flowers " that took me six hours, I made 150 "Papel picado flags" that took me the whole day, also I made a "Catrina" and a "Catrin" and the Mexico letters, also other details. Simply that day was Awesome.[/center]
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WE DAY

Being here in Canada have showed me how Canadian worries about help others, After this huge event with more than 8 thousand people, I learned something very important, it does not matter how small can look to you, the actions you make for helping others, we are the change. Also I saw my friends from the Nova Scotia Campeche Leadership Camp 2015 and i liked it.
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December is in the corner, and I cannot wait to sing Jingle Bells!

Manuel.

Posted by The Journalist 14:38 Archived in Canada Tagged canada nova_scotia study_abroad nsisp nsispfc ad_astra_international study_in_canada

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