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I cannot believe I am writing this second blog knowing I fly home in under 7 weeks! It’s crazy to think I have already been here in the US for 10 weeks. I have to say, the American food has definitely won me over – it’s amazing!
As some of you know, I’ve spent the last couple of months on an Erasmus exchange, in Barcelona.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s just for a semester, one year, or the whole degree, living abroad will definitely and inevitably change you.
Hi, everyone! Saludos from Barcelona, Spain! That’s right…I’m still here, I have two more months until I finish my semester abroad and I can say without a doubt that this has been THE BEST EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE!
I can’t believe it has already been around a month since I arrived here, to Leuven in Belgium for an Erasmus Exchange Programme. So let’s just have a while to summarize and stress what are the first reflections of living in or even just visiting Belgium.
Monday 1st – 6 am. Worcester: Nervous and scared – those are the appropriate adjectives to describe my state on my way to Barcelona, where I would spend my semester abroad. Although sad, these feelings were inevitable, as I was not only leaving Worcester, but the university and the way of teaching I got used to, to start a new adventure in a different city.