It has been already a whole week here in Salamanca Spain and lets say that it has been one interesting week. I have been learning the normal day-to- day life and routine of a typical Spaniard. Walking to class through the Plaza Mayor and having class in one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. 
Every Monday-Friday, I have to leave my house around 8:20am to get to the university and my class starts at 9:00am. By the time I get to class, it is about 8:50am. Ya my house is about 30 mins away where I live. It is such a long walk. I have to walk pass some busy streets, not to mention walk thought the Plaza Major. Don't get me wrong, I love it but, I just wish we lived closer. Once my first class is over at 11am, my next class starts at 11:05 am and not to mention that the building where my class is at is about 15 mins away....  yea.. I have to like power-walk every single day! It get super tiring... ugh. However, the teachers here are very sympathetic and they do not get upset when I come late cause they know the buildings are far from each other. Once I'm done with class, which finishes around 1:15pm. I return home with my other roommate and by the time we get home, it is already time to each lunch. So far, we have been having sandwiches.with salad, or potatoes. plus bread, bread, oh and did i mention bread? I swear, I feel like I'm gaining weight! 
But my host mother is the sweetest thing in the world. She makes us feel right at home and on the first day here in Spain, she actually told my roommates and I where all the great clubs were. I though it was so funny! 
I live in a room with Gladys from school and it is pretty small but we make it work. Not a lot of closet space though... 
However, all in all. I survived my first week in Spain and I am in love with this city :) 
I can't wait to see what else is there to come:) 

10/4/2015 19:55:07

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