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that we would most likely never see some of these people again. We each
received a certificate indicating that we had completed the program, and took a
few group photos. It was such a classy way to end a remarkable month. We had a
small reception in the cafeteria after and had some bocadillos. As I reflect on
everything I have learned in the last month I am astounded at how far I have
come in my language, in my cultural awareness of spain, ...
... to see the pictures in real life that Senor had us memorize on old projector slides. I also remembered so much history (not as much as I would have liked to though) about each one, which made me really happy. I could spend hours there, and I already can’t wait to go back.
Thursdays and Fridays I have two classes. My first class is at 10am and its a Spanish Literature of the 18th-20th centuries. My teacher is ...
... wearing two pairs of shorts and a pair of pants stuffed with all our liquids and three shirts. Nicole would wear her leggings and pants, then five shirts and one tied around her waist. With these measures implemented we would go check in and get approval for our bags to be a carry on. Security was quite the task fully dressed and I am sure you can imagine you would not want to get stuck behind us as we went through. ...
Day 20: Today we weren't continuing on our travels but we are staying in Madrid for an extra day. We went to go and visit Zoo Aquarium de Madrid which is one of the best and biggest zoo's in Europe. We saw lots of different animals including Giraffes, Elephants, Bears, Hippopotamuses and even Panda's. The panda's were amazing to watch and we were amazed to have the opportunity to see them. We also went to watch a ...
... up), I lied about my own background and how much I could understand, in the very few responses I gave him.
He had asked me what my wages were and how the cost of living is in Canada. He said that in Ecuador, the average wage is $5/day (perhaps that contrasts with what I saw while in Ecuador, since meals cost about $2-3, and there seemed to be little poverty on the streets in the cities). Then he talked at length about how he immigrated to Spain 10 years ...
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