After 4 weeks of work, I'm glad it went so quickly. I still have an additional week which I, as mentioned before, will spend at the sea side.
So, to conclude my blogs, I can say that this internship was completely different from the one I had in Austria. Not only workwise, but in general. The first thing that attracted my attention was that they have a whole hour for lunch here which was great! The next thing was that a working day starts at 9, which I think is absolutely great because you have enough time to have breakfast and to prepare oneself mentally for the day.
Though, office work is still office work, so nothing I could imagine doing in the furture, but it was a great experience. Generally, was this internship much more relaxed, but maybe that's because I didn't get paid :D
As I didn't go with an Agency, but searched for a placement myself, it was kind of stressful, but I really ended up in a great company with a great boss and employees.
I want to thank Mr. Crewe for giving me the chance to do my internship abroad and all his effort and hassle he put into this. THANK YOU!!
I would definitely recommend the Erasmus+ Project to everyone who's thinking about doing their internship in another country,
as it's a very unique opportunity.