I finished an entire tube of toothpaste on my own. An amazing feat, I know, but I want to draw the attention away from the amazingness and point out that when I arrived in Barcelona, this tube was completely full. The rim was still impeccable, the cap opened without stickiness, it was a nice weight in my… Continue reading Toothpaste
It's been exactly a week since I arrived at my host home. So crazy. I think an update is necessary before this weekend happens with its tours and trips and whatnot. Before coming here, I told people I didn't want to go on tours and do the touristy things. I wanted to meet locals and get… Continue reading Rambling
What a beautiful day. Today was the first day of classes. I had Negocios Internacionales (International Business in Spanish), International Economics, and International Marketing Strategies. Tomorrow I have one class: International Finance. Fun! Haha. Here's what the Sant Pau campus looks like: It's pretty beautiful. The Eixample campus, where I take my other three classes,… Continue reading First day of classes
First full day in Barcelona. I don't know where to begin. So let's begin with home. Home is shared with a family of four: Mom, Dad, and twin girls. I hadn't expected the twins; I had thought it was just a couple. Here they are: Now y'all know how I feel about kids. But these… Continue reading The first day
Having the hardest time writing support letters. On a funner note, went surfing for the second time. Had a BLAST. Saw a seal too!! Caught a couple waves. Almost died trying to catch others. Looking to buy a wetsuit and a board. Craigslist, here I come! On a deeper note, had a beautiful conversation over… Continue reading Mezcla
Did you know that you need to get a background check to apply for a visa in Spain? Or at least students do. Crazy.