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... upon entering we met some...very nice... ladies from Madrid who were in town for a national gymnastics tournament! But after spending some time in the museum and realizing that we either to...ahem "sober"...to appreciate some of the "Extreme Modern Art" pieces, we just ended up having a great time making up our own stories of the artwork! I will remember the famous "Mälm Ikea Section", the "Epilepsy Causing Word Screens", the oddly scary "Electric ...
I'm sitting here in the airport of Bilbao right now, all by my lonesome. Itunes and a Café con Leche aren’t very good company. Traveling alone is definitely not for the faint of heart.
But as I sit here, I am reminded of how grateful I am for all of this. This being my trip here to Spain, the friends I have made, the places I have seen, and the growth I am experiencing.
These past six days in Vitoria were exactly what I needed. I love Sevilla, I love ...
... that modern art confuses me.
4. Going to a Basque birthday party
5. Apparently learning that Spain considers Bon Jovi to be "heavy metal"
6. Hanging out @ the apartment of a couple Germans and their one British room mate.
7. Realizing how much more accomplished Germans are in that they were speaking German, English & Spanish.
8. Learning how to Greek dance at 4am in the street from ...
... like Roberto.
My schedule was simple 8.30 wake up call
9.00 - 13.00 school
15.30 - 19.00 surf lessons
19.00 - 20.00 Spanish dinner
20.00 - 23.30 homework
... in their specific field, while at UNSW we're basically expected to be familiar with all domains).
The rest of the day was given over to short lectures held in their respective conferences. I attended a lecture on nanocontainers at the NanoSpain conference, and then spent the rest of the afternoon at the BioMed conference. A lot of these were interesting; one or two were very confusing (just stuff I had no background in); some were very ...