It's starting to hit me how fast everything is going, and that next week I already have my last exams for the exchange courses. I had already taken one exam and one of my classes just had a final presentation. Actually, I had to retake that exam, because I didn't do so hot on the … Continue reading London and Final Exams
So I finally was able to visit Paris for the first time ever, and since it was one of my top locations to visit, part me hoped it to be everything I had imagined it to be. To an extent it was, but I always imagined visiting Paris with friends, family or even a significant … Continue reading France and reflections on solo travel
Following my stay in Dublin, I headed to Geneva, Switzerland next. I didn’t know prior to me booking the flight that Switzerland is a very expensive country to visit. I ended up going to the supermarkets for my entire stay, specifically this one supermarket called Coop. Coop was found everywhere , at every station and … Continue reading Switzerland the Many Mountains
So the start of this weeks kicks off ESADE mid-semester break and for most of the exchange students including myself, this means our chance to pack our bags and travel to our hearts (and wallet’s) desire. I planned for this almost week and a half long break to travel to … Continue reading Amsterdam, Dublin and still more to go…
So, I went to Belgium for the weekend on a trip that was planned by others, it ended up being around 5 of us in total. We arrived in Brussels on Friday morning, and the first thing we did was checking-in into our Airbnb. The Airbnb was on the outskirts of Brussels, but it was … Continue reading Brussels and a little bit more of Belgium
So, this last weekend, I decided to take a trip for myself for the first time. I decided to do Rome, no reason in particular behind it. This was the first time I’ve been to Italy and it’s right next to Barcelona, so it wasn’t a long flight. I rode with Vueling airlines, and everything … Continue reading Rome and Naples
So for this weekend (21-24), I decided to stay in Barcelona because there was this festival called La Mercè. It’s a Barcelona wide celebration that involves human towers, giants, fireworks, music and loads of food. I didn’t do much the first day of the festival. I went out on Saturday and just walked around el … Continue reading What happens at La Mercè?
I went to Madrid around the 7th of September with two friends that I’ve made on my time here. We decided to take a bus called ALSA and it was a 7-hour bus ride overnight. They went the night before because a friend was visiting from UF and I wanted to spend the day with … Continue reading Madrid and Catalan Day
So I have finally started my official ESADE classes this week (last week I just had this intensive Spanish course all week). The classes that I'm taking include Artificial Intelligence, Re-Imagining Capitalism in the 21st Century, Project Management, La crisis economica y el euro, and Spanish Society through Film. So far there has been a … Continue reading Progress
So I have arrived in Barcelona. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm9EFnoHY-i/?taken-by=titulosteph The flight from Miami to Lisbon was 8-hours long and I didn't get to fall asleep on it, I really wasn't that comfy. I ended up watching Gravity and Moulin Rouge and then just messing around on my phone afterwards. I soon arrived to Lisbon, and the layover … Continue reading Arriving.