Presentation to my old class

Now that i’m in Denmark, I am seeing my old danish class again!!! Thats right! when I lived in Denmark you didn’t think I didn’t have a school, did you? I did, and i’m visiting it right now! But now i’ve gotta write and show my old class a presentation! And here are the pictures in my presentation:

goodbye-drawing

For 2 years I have lived on the other side of the planet!

eastern-beach

Geelong is right at the water and its beautiful

bayview-geelong

occationally we see a pirate ship! Fun Fact: In the olden days it took longer than 6 months to get to Denmark from Australia by sail ship! (lucky us! we did it in just 21 hours)

run-geelong-bubbles

and Geelong is actually quite the place to be if you want fun

run-geelong1

While also being a good place for excercise!

geelong-bay

This view….

newyear-geelong

…is from that ferris wheel over there! (though not on new years eve…..)

christmas-in-aus

christmas in australia! Its not SO different…. but the weather there sure is! Fun Fact #2: when its winter in denmark, its summer in australia! So its summer during christmas in Australia! (the heat is UNBEARABLE!!!!)

christmastree-geelong

A GIANT MECHANICAL CHRISTMAS TREE is the city’s pride!!!!!!! Not scary during the night, accually puts up quite the light show with laser and colours….

ganesh-halloween

Australia has mixed traditions. From Ganesh the elephant god from india to halloween from USA!!! And Danish fairy tales (Eva is reading H.C. Andersen for Ganesh)

cricket

Australia has a few different sports like…. cricket, AFL and surfing

youyangmountain

EXPLORING THE BIG MOUNTAINS (near Geelong)

kookaburra

The famous australian animals (that ONLY exist in Australia) include: THE KOOKABURRA

baby-koala-bear

THE KOALA

Eastern grey kangaroo mother carrying a joey in her pouch

and the most famous….. THE KANGAROO   (can you find the baby? TIP: in the pouch…)

boomerangs

The boomerang. The old australian aboriginal hunting weapon.

goodbye-guitarklassen

2 years ago it was goodbye…. now it is ‘hej’ and hello.


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