I arrived to the Uk yesterday early after noon.
I am starting a topic here, and will try to share my inpressions of the next two weeks with you.
I left my hometown yesterday at about 3 30 Am.
My family drove me to Budapest.
At the airport I got a special help in checking in, and tohave my seat in the plane from the aircompany, British Airway.
It was my very first flight-journey, so I had expected something special, well, it didn't happen.
It was good, nothing special.
The British stewardes was really kind to help everyone in everything.
We got a sandwich, a really mini portion of orange juice, max 1dl, and a coffee.
After my arrival to London, a special service helped me to get to the coachstop to find my bus to Bournemouth.
I had ordered their service.
The guy, who helped me was really nice, we had a great talk in English.
When I arrived to Bournemouth, (the driver helped me to take off, and carried my packages), the sir of my hostfamily wayted for me.
I live in the house of a quite friendly couple.
The guy was born in India, but he has been living in England for a very long time.
They both gave me a very warm welcome with his wife, treat me as a respectable guest.
They help me not too much, not too little, just that I need.
I have a room with bathroom on the upstairs.
I got a yummy dinner, it was a kind of homemade chinese food, chicken with noodles.
They told me that they never make the classsic, traditional english food, because they have their own opinions about it.
They asked me if I like spicy meals, yeah, I do, anyway.
Today we are taking some walks to the town.
The school is beggining tomorrow.
We are going to have 7 lessons aday.
We are going to have a morning, and an afternoon teachers.
I have known my morning teacher abit through e-mails, he seems a nice soul with an ecceptional enpathy.
It is the first part of my review from the Uk.
I will continue it.
There is a simple fact:
In Great Britain disabled people are treated on much more hig level than in Hungary.