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Hoy vosotros aprendido preterito perfecto. In other words, past tense. I actually really enjoyed it. Now thinking about it, I was giddy learning about the different forms just like I get when I am learning/doing math. Maybe there is something to that? Perhaps Ill be a Spanish Accountant?! Ha! That would take many more years of Spanish AND Accounting schooling. Yikes.
Life is ...
... from Hotel Melia, and then returned to the hotel. I slept for about 14 hours--more than I have since I was an angsty middle-schooler.
I met the program director and the rest of the students--there are nine of us--this morning. The director introduced us to our host families, and we left. I'm staying with Ana. She has 5 kids, and 4 of them are grown up and moved out. Her youngest son travels back and forth from home and la Universidad de Madrid, and her ...
... are little markets where you can buy anything from fruit and vegetables to clothes and rugs. It was really cool because everything in the market was so colorful and vibrant and so busy! It looked pretty cheap too, so now that Rebajas are finishing up, I'll have to head up there and do my shopping since I'm too pobre to shop in the normal stores now! Bummer :( While we were there, we also got to climb up to the bell tower of one of the old cathedrals of Granada. This was the first time ...
... often in the 40's but there was a neighbours pool we had use of which was a luxury.
The town itself was home to 4000 people and had 43 bars many of which we spent some time in during our stay! Lots of tapas and beer were had and a chance top catch up with some of our new friends. Such good people seemed really pleased we were spending some time in there home town.
Lozza the Aussie was due to head back ...
... Spanish. We had it served in a big skillet, full of chicken, shrimp and clams.
After filling up on paella, we decided to take a little walk down to Calle Navas (the tapas route street) to see what was happening around Granada. As it turns out....a LOT. Summer is clearly a big month for weddings...and with that, also a big month for bachelor/bachelorette parties. The custom among the Spanish youth appears to be to dress the wife or groom up ...