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... strung together without regard to
grammar. Very formal Spanish on academic subject matter in multiple verb tenses,
though, really challenges my comprehension. This isn’t like watching a soap
oper of game show on Univision.
The cathedral of Alcala de Henares was one of the few sights
that was not included in the tour, but we went afterwards. Sadly, it was one of
many of the important historical buildings in town that was heavily damaged
... eaten, and watched a flamenco show. We passed the night on
the terrace of our hostel drinking wine and admiring the stars before
heading out to the bars.
The second day we visited Generalife and La Alhambra which was
absolutely beautiful. There was so much history and culture and I felt a
connection that I haven't had in the United States. We spent the day
eating tapas at the best tapas bars, smoking hookah at ...
... wasn't very busy so Sahra was able to have a private lesson while Kai and I had our own semi-private!
We also were able to take in a Real Madrid soccer game while we were in Madrid! Our favourite player, Ronaldo, was playing and he scored a couple of goals to secure Madrid’s win. It was a thrilling experience to be in a stadium full of cheering fans!
Madrid was our last stop in Europe before starting our Asia portion of ...
... first day was this past Tuesday and it was a blast! The teacher really gave me free reign over the whole hour class. I stood in the front of class, asked them questions, and let them have their chance to ask me some back. They weren't shy, thats for sure. The first question I got asked was "Do you have a girlfriend?" When I told the boy no, I returned the question. He held up two fingers haha! I definitely know who the class clown is! The other question they all wanted to know ...
... probably because she's slowing down for me. I've been sticking with pretty basic responses for now, but they're both good at interpreting what I'm trying to say. I think most of us on this trip can admit that we've had a translator open on our web browsers since we've gotten here.
One of the biggest differences aside from the language barrier here is the general structure of the day. I usually wake up around 8am and have a ...