Good for learning, bad food
Stay: 2 Weeks, Course Start: 2018
- After class activities
- Support by GLS staff
The Good & the Bad - what did you like best? What least?
The courses were very informative, and I had a chance to learn both better grammar and culture. As well as this, most of the activities were enjoyable, but I would have liked to have a bit more free time to explore the town. The teachers were nice, if not a bit strict, but the accommodations were pretty bad. For the cost of the camp, the food was barely digestible, and this comes from someone who eats in an American public school. The rooms were also sub-par, but that didn't matter as much.
Your recommendations for other students
Buy your own food from the market.