Toledo wasn't just an opportunity to improve my Spanish through the course, but it was also an opportunity to make connections with people from all over the world. I was so lucky to have met some incredible people during my time in Toledo, and I was surprised by the strength of the connections made. The … Continue reading A grateful farewell
Another reason that Europe is so incredible- you can jump on a plane and fly for the same amount of time as a flight between Sydney and Brisbane and be in a completely different country. I was privileged enough to witness such a beautiful couple profess their unconditional love in front of their nearest and … Continue reading La segunda boda!
The first couple of weeks in Toledo were a little shock to the system but equally incredible. Yes, I hadn't properly studied for a little while, and the constant barrage of information, old and most definitely new, was absolutely exhausting. Luckily for me, the class was actually only from 9am-1:30pm, but to be honest, in … Continue reading El comienzo de la escuela
¡Vamos a Toledo! I have not been a proper 'student' since 2014, and upon learning that I would be attempting to attend FULL-TIME classes (when I NEVER even had to go to class on Fridays at Uni), I was a little worried. I felt immediately unprepared, after I hadn't actually picked up a Spanish book … Continue reading Back to school. But this time without the trip to Officeworks.
The decision for me to head to Córdoba was largely inspired by instagram. I was amazed at the beauty of the blue flower pots on the white walls, but was amazed to see that there was oh so much more to enjoy! Córdoba has been declared a World Heritage Site and still portrays the mixture … Continue reading Córdoba. The land of flower pots and white walls.