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Trikala 01 (ED)

The school is in the centre of Trikala. It is a new building with central heating and air conditioning. The classrooms are big and comfortable. There are about 200 students, with an average of 10-12 in each class.

Accommodation is provided in a flat with a large bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. It is in the centre of Trikala, about five minutes' walk from the school.

From: Chris Fell []
Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 5:55 PM
Subject: Chris Fell: Thank you letter

To Mr/Mrs Beech,

My letter of thanks comes to you late, but I must express my gratitude for allowing me such an experience in such a wonderful country. I didn't contact you throughout my stay mainly because I had such wonderful company at the school, and if I had any problems I could turn to them. Mrs Helen was like a mother to me, and the children were all well behaved and extremely friendly.

Trikala was a perfect location for me, a large town, not too big like a city, and not too small like a village. The people were unusually kind, and I never met anyone otherwise. Teaching in Pili was a bonus to me, a place where the landscape surprised me most.

I had two phone calls last month about my experience, and I hope I passed onto them the joys of my stay in Greece. I have plans in England for this year, but perhaps another year, I would love to go back and do the same again.

With heartiest gratitude, Chris Fell.


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