TRIP TO HAMBURG:
As Selina and Laura were already in Gråsten at New Year´s Eve, we decided to take a spontanious Weekend-Trip to Hamburg. Franziska came to Denmark that weekend and joined us in Hamburg. We stayed at a nice hostel near the trainstation, from where we could visit everything in town. – And we actually did that! It feels like we have been everywhere: At all areas of Hamburg like Schanzenviertel, St. Pauli, Speicherstadt, the historical district and the Reeperbahn. From the Elbphilharmonie we had a great view over the town; In the Sternenschanze we walked through the small streets; And we took lots of trams (where we also saw Thomas Spitzer!). After a good Italian meal we decided to go to the theater. So we went to the “Deutsches Schauspielhaus“ and got cards (“We are volunteers!“ – we just paid 9 Euros fort he best seats). The play “Trilliarden“ was good but disturbing (and Bjarne Mädel was really good!). The next day we split up after a nice breakfast: Franziska went to a museum about the history of Hamburg and Selina and Laura went to the art gallery “Deichtorhallen“ and went through the old Elbtunnel. We had a great, cultural weekend!
At the On-Arrival-Training we volunteers planned to have a meeting in January – and so we met at Matt´s Efterskole in Glamsbjerg. We were fifteen people and “we loved it“ (as Matt would say). There was lots of pizza, a stressful game (jungle speed), a love song, many talks, stupid You-Tube-Videos, late night talks, an engagement and a good Disney movie. It was nice to see all this interesting people again! And we are looking forward to meet them at the Midterm-Training!
Laura was at a U20-Slam in Hamburg. It was her first time to go on a stage there – and it was very, very nice! So many people and so good poets. She won an apple and a orange for getting the third place (there were two poets on the first place) and after that there was lots of talking with the audience and all the poets went to a bar together, which was great!
Franzi is 19 now! Yeeeeaaaah! At this special day we ate cake and det var rigtig hyggeligt!
And this weekend we had a bigger party with many people! With lots of food, a nice decoration, some tasks, a difficult way to the bathroom, a drinking game, some jelly-oranges, bathroom art on a canvas, laughter, nice talks, lots of confetti and so on. We never had that many people in our appartment!
~Franziska & Laura