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... this because I feel like all our blog entries have been about the travels and the "best" things. We do have down moments here -- sick and otherwise. Some things are frustrating and we do often miss home -- especially family and friends and things that feel comfortable. Perhaps this winter stretch makes those things more acute.
Here are a few photos to catch you up on the birthday boy!
... is a verb in Spanish. Check it out..
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... to see who could make the best torrijas. This is a take on French toast by the Spanish. You take bread and soak it in milk, dip in egg, and then fry it in olive oil. You then sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top of it. My group actually ended up winning. We won wine that we get to drink at the end of the course. It was a fun Monday (never thought I would say that).
Tuesday: On Tuesday, I had my ...
... who knew needing a place to stay to take an exam would turn out so well!
Classes started this week, so I am looking forward to officially deciding on my courses and meeting more locals now! I am friends with a few people from Murcia, including my 'buddy," a girl from UM available to answer questions I may have about the university or Murcia in general, and who has shown me around a bit.
Well, until later friends!
During my second week in Valencia, I started to settle in. I knew how to get to my classes and I knew what time I had to get up.
Monday: Unfortunately, it rained on Monday (which is rarely does here), so I took the bus to class and hung out at FSU for the day. I had two classes spread out. In second class, Food and Society, we tried different foods preserved in different ways. Most were actually ...