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Ho partecipato al camp Italia in Sicilia.
Anche se inizialmente credevo che sarebbe stato più bello andare all'estero, mi sono accorta che in realtà questa è stata un'esperienza unica in cui ho potuto vivere il territorio siculo, tanto quanto coltivare amicizie.
I nostri organizzatori non ci hanno fatto mancare nulla, abbiamo fatto molte attività e ci hanno portato a visitare molti posti.
Abbiamo pernottato a Piazza Armerina, Palermo e Linguaglossa, così da permetterci di visitare tutti i posti più belli della Sicilia.
Siamo stati al mare, al parco avventura, parco giochi, parco acquatico, poi abbiamo fatto una camminata su dei crateri secondari sull'Etna e per finire siamo stati a visitare Isola Bella  e Taormina. 

I have really appreciated the idea of including people with law vision in a camp like that.
In my opinion it has allowed me to challenge myself both in the English language and mostly in helping other people know my disability and what in means to live with that. 
In my opinion the blind meal was great, in fact it made me understand how blind people live.
Personally I decided to cover my eyes because, even if I’m visual impaired, I think being blind is a greater disability than mine and I want to know it better.
Another thing I really loved was the bycicle tour. In fact I think it was very well organized and I loved it a lot! It is a different way to visit a city. It allowed me to know a city I had never seen before doing some sport.

My exchange to Italy was propably the best thing that has ever happen to me.
All the people, food and activities were amazing including the early mornings and late night walks all the way up to the castle. 
The first two weeks I spent with my host-family in Sassuolo. They took care of me and showed me a lot of new places.
My host-sister took me always with her and I got to know her friends and the way teenagers hang out in Italy.
Even though I loved my host-family I think the camp could be longer.
I’m happy that I met one of the campers before going to the camp so it wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be.

This summer I got the chance to attend Italy Lions Emilia Camp and it was one of the best times of my life!
I got to meet wonderful people all around the world and when you spend 10 days together, you can have really good friendships.
Also I believe we had the best camp leaders. They made everything more fun. It’s such a good feeling to see that whenever you had a problem about the place or sleeping or accidentally twist your arm(
), they have the same problems like you and they slept less than you and they are walking all the way up to the castle when you ankle is bad.
So they 

Italy 2018

Thanks everyone who made this experience possible for me and who were part of it!
It was amazing time, I spent great three weeks in Italy. I wish the camp had been longer but I still like that the host-family time and camp time were quite equal, cause these different experiences are priceless.

Living in host-family

I had the best host-family I could wish for. Already few months before my arrival, host-sister sent me a letter and I felt really expected there, it made me feel safe and even more excited. They welcomed me at the airport and took me to eat, the food was perfect of course. I am really glad that I had a host-sister basically the same age as me and she also introduced me to her friends. We hanged out a lot, also went camping, I’m so grateful I got really close not only with my sister but also some of her friends!
I’m happy that I had a lot of time to rest while I was in the family but we still visited different places and did some activities together, for example we went bicycling. The best part was going to the sea for a weekend, cause I love sea and boating, I got tanned and it was the first time I travelled with caravan. My family was really caring and loving, I miss them so much!

Hello, my name is Liza Girhiny and I am from Hungary.
This summer I was visiting the Emilia Lions  camp.
I can't even write down how amazing it was but I will give it a try!
I spent my first ten days with an Italian family. I had the best host family ever! I had a brother and I just loved my Mom.

I miss Italy already!
This was one of the best experiences of my life, I loved every minute of this Camp.
My host families were all very nice, and made me feel like I was part of the family.
I especially liked Matera and Capri.

Travelling with the Lions really is the best way to spend your summer holidays.
The Camp Emilia was my second Lions camp and one of the best weeks of my life.
Already before arriving in Italy I knew that it would be awesome. I mean, how couldn’t it be? Staying in a castle together with people from 21 different countries in the country with the world’s best food?

Da dove iniziare?
Una delle cose che sicuramente mi è rimasta più inpressa è stato il confronto tra culture e lingue, in particolare le differenze riscontrate anche nelle più piccole cose, scoprire che non tutte le lingue hanno un corrispondente per 'buon appetito' e scoprire come appariamo noi italiani all'esterno.
I primi giorni mi sono trovata un po' spaesata, ma poi ho capito che tutti i ragazzi erano proprio nella mia stessa posizione e che l'occasione che avevo: di vivere per 10 giorni in un castello con ragazzi da tutto il mondo, era irripetibile in quanto, certo mai dire mai, però non ci saremmo mai rincontrati tutti quanti insieme molto probabilmente.
La timidezza non valeva la ricchezza dell'esperienza.

Exchange with lions was once in a life experimece for me.
And it was amazing.
During the campstay we get to see Italy in a way it wouldn't be possible by our own. Allmost everyday we get to travel and see new cityes like Milan and Venezia.
Of course we could come and visit them but now we had change to see those places with guides, bikes we had boat rented... everything was organised with great idea.

My experience at Campo Emilia,
how can I recap such amazing experience?
Let's start at the beginning, the first day at camp started a bit confusing,
A lot of new people and leaving my host family, soon enough we were all friends!
Then, we got our rooms, and I loved my roommates!

Already when I saw the castle that we were staying at I became exited. It was a beautiful location! The second I arrived at the camp, people were introducing themselves and making friends. Everyone was so nice and welcoming!
Even though the bus rides were long and the times between meals longer, it was bearable, because every city we went to or every trip we made offered great experiences and memories.
The blind dinner for example made me realize how lucky I am and how I shouldn’t take anything for granted.

Campo Emilia has blessed me with the best summer of my life: lasting friendships, eye opening experiences, and a million memories.
I cannot begin to describe how the connections I have made with my host family and fellow campers have impacted me and my future.
They have showered me with love and I am grateful for each and every one of them.

Campo Emilia has blessed me with the best summer of my life: lasting friendships, eye opening experiences, and a million memories.
I cannot begin to describe how the connections I have made with my host family and fellow campers have impacted me and my future.
They have showered me with love and I am grateful for each and every one of them.

Campo Emilia has blessed me with the best summer of my life: lasting friendships, eye opening experiences, and a million memories.
I cannot begin to describe how the connections I have made with my host family and fellow campers have impacted me and my future.
They have showered me with love and I am grateful for each and every one of them.

Italy ❤
One of the most beautiful countries in the world, tastiest food and most romantic people. I’m in love with Venice and Milano. I hope to have a chance to discover more cities and visit more castles. 

Emilia camp ❤
Place where i discovered new cultures, new feelings and new myself. I had 10 most unbelievable days in my life. I had new friends. I had new interesting moments which will stay in my heart forever.

To be honest, first condition you need to accomplish if you want to take part in Campo Emilia 2018 is to have a lot of energy, will and stamina. Furthermore, you need to be capable of giving, sharing and having a high level toleration.
Or, on the other side, you can just come unprepaired and acquire all of them.
First thing that Campo Emilia thaught me is to know how to take into consideration emotions of the other people and how to help them if they need some kind of help.

Campo Emilia taught me many things.

The most important being to never stop trying.
The first few days for me were hard, as I wasn’t making many friends and always found myself one step behind.
But as I tried to understand the camps purpose and talking with the campers from Italy, I realized I needed to focus on others and not on myself.

10 amazing days in The Emilia camp, i think it was one of the best days in my life.

living in a castle was incradeable!
Every day was different and interesting, camp leaders were amazing. We have visited many beautiful and important cities and places.
We were walking, driving a lot but we were not tired at all.
Than many funny activities at the castle.

There are not enough words to describe how incredible the Emilia camp was, it is an experience that leaves a mark on me and that will remain through the years.
Living in an beautiful  ancient castle, you can feel the history on its walls and imagine all the legends that were told there, just amazing!
I lived and traveled with more than 30 strangers, we were very different, we do not know each other, but little by little they became in my friends and even more, in my family.<3