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Foreign Correspondents Camp.

As new correspondents we have the chance to tell the world about our great adventures. But we don't just know how to do it. That is why we were all invited to the Foreign Correspondent Camp.

During this camp we learned a lot of thing about social media and blogging. After getting to know each other better we started with our first class. We had a really interesting introduction to photography. We learned some very basic tricks to make better photos and make our photos look more professional. At 1:00 p.m. we travelled to Halifax. First we went to the Halifax Citadel. It is fort that was built to protect the city from enemies. We also got a tour of the city of Halifax on a Harbour Hopper. A Habour Hopper is a bus but it can function as a boat as wel. We saw some beautiful thing in the city and the harbour. After the Harbour Hopper we went to eat at McKelvies, a restaurant famous for it's seafood. We had an amazing time at Halifax. We were all so tired most of us slept on the way back home.
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On the second day, we were learning about how to post our experiences on social media and about the rules which we have to respect. After that, we practiced to write about our adventures. After lunch, we went to Victoria park in Truro and got to see the falls. The second day was the last day of our camp so we had dance party. All the international students and ambassadors were ready for the dance party. We had great time with exciting songs and snacks.
In the last few minutes, all the students and teacher were crying because they had really good memories but they have to leave here. I am sure we had great time and also best friends all over the world.
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Posted by NSISPFC 05:13 Archived in Canada Tagged #nsispfc #nsisp

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