In Granada

I’m here in Granada now… nothing much to report except that I’m really excited! We haven’t seen much of the city yet, but we’ve met our host family and moved into our room. The family is very nice and it seems like it will be a great place to spend five months. (Five months seems like such a long time now, I still find it pretty hard to believe!)

Tomorrow I take my Spanish placement exam and a walking tour of the city, and at night we’ll have our first intercambio, or inter-student exchange with students learning English. We’ll go to something like a café and spend half an hour speaking in English and half an hour speaking in Spanish. And the day after that, we start our classes.

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been here for a week already. Even harder to believe that I’m here for a whole semester. Very exciting though, so far I have no regrets and no worries, besides the basic cultural transplant jitters.

2 comments

  1. Glad to hear you’re settling in there in Granada. The intercambio sounds cool. I’m enjoying my “coffee break Spanish” podcast. Did you experience 3 kings events at all? Everyone’s asking about you & enjoying your blogs so far! Love, mom

  2. What fun, Zeke, to hear from you practically every day! Your pix are great, too. xxxooo Nonny

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