A HIKE ON THE HILL CALLED LAČNA
We walked through the village Gračišče to reach the path. We were walking on the path for 10 minutes until we got to a fork on the road. The path on the left leads to the Fox’s castle, the path on the right leads to the top of the hill. When we were in the cave, we accidentally woke up a small bat and he started flying around. The path to the top gets very narrow and very rocky. Halfway along the path there was a wooden bench. We sat on it and relaxed a bit. The rest of the path wasn’t so rocky. Our destination was the tower at the top. We climbed a ladder to the top of the tower and the view was great. We could see the sea and other hills. We could even see Italy. When we got down, we ate our sandwiches and drank our water. On our way back we went the wrong way and almost went to Kubed. When we realized that, we ran as fast as we could to get back in time.
A HIKE TO KUBED
CYCLING FROM GRAČIŠČE TO MOVRAŽ
After arriving at the school, workshops followed in which students tested themselves in various skills.
In the geography workshop, they described the natural and cultural sights seen along the way. They created a guide for tourist and sports trails in the vicinity of the school, namely Gračišče-Kubed, Gračišče-Lačna and Gračišče-Movraž.
Those who like the Italian language, however, have tried their hand at writing a tourist route, as they have translated the guide.
The guide was also translated as part of an English workshop.
The students of the sports workshop prepared movement tasks.
Some wiped pieces of cardboard and assembled table tennis tables from them.
The students of the culinary workshop treated the students to fruit snacks.
Five students set about arranging a pantry in the gym, where they created a space to play table tennis.
Of course, there was no shortage of journalists. Without it, there would be no reporting and text and images that are now in front of you.
Journalism workshop students