Day 3. Today we’ve visited a cultural center for foreigners, where they can attend Danish classes, workshops, or just gather together. This place is full of refugees from Syria, Somalia, Afganistán and some other places. We’ve been able to listen to some music, eat some treads or wear their typical clothes. In the afternoon, we’ve visited the Odín theatre, a cozy place full of culture. We’ve made a performance workshops and we’ve sung some lullabies from our countries. Special day…Read More →

Day 1. Such an exhausting day because of the long trip but full of emotions. Students and teachers enjoyed their first day in Denmark in the Legoland park in the city of Billund. At the end of the day, students and teachers of the partner countries traveled to the host city, Holstebro to meet their hosting families.Read More →

Day 4 Knowing to Santa’s friends And the fourth day of the visit to Finland ends. On the way to Oulu the Integrapp+ group could visit a reindeer farm. In the country, the reindeers felt free and the farm owners, a kindly married couple, gave to the students and teachers some reindeer food so that they could offer to the reindeers. This way, the reindeers came to their hands. It was a lovely time!. After that, the farm owners offered to the Integrapp+ group grilled reindeer sausages and blueberry juice while explained how they took care of the reinders all the year. Thank’s for yourRead More →

Day 4 Bye bye Oivanki! On the way, the group visit Oulanka, a Finnish National Park bordering with Russia. They could walk thoughout the Park over 2 hours, having a break to have the packed meal, including some sausages to grill beside a river. During the hike, students and teachers could breath clean air, hear the sound of the rapids and see a waterfall. It was a tired but exciting activity.Read More →

Day 3 Relax! The Integrapp+ group ended the third day of the Finnish visit following the Finnish customs. Firstly, the began having grilled sausages and pancakes rounding a fire, some of them inside a “kota”, the name of the saamis’ houses, and some of them outside it, beside a lake. It was an emotional activity. Next, students and teachers went to have a sauna following the Finnish traditions. A time inside the sauna, going outside it to have a bath in the… nearly frozen lake and back to the sauna. And the day finished with free time for the students in the camp so thatRead More →

Day 3 After playing to the work group games, the Oivanki camp staff prepared an enjoying activity: print our personalized T-shirts. They teached to students and teachers the way a t-shirt is manually printed so that each of them could make a personalized one. All of us had fun, firstly choosing between different templates and colors, next painting their own words or figures. Once the students painted the t-shirts it was time to dry them with a hairdryer and iron them about 2-3 minutes. The result was amazing. You can see them in the Instagram profile @oivankikuusamoRead More →