Impromptu Portugal

I spent a lovely few days in Tavira, Portugal two weekends ago. It was an extremely impromptu trip, but relaxing and enjoyable nevertheless. We stayed at my friend, Megan’s boyfriend’s friend’s house…Wordy. Strange… Continue reading

Marruecos

A short photo journey through my trip to Morocco two weeks ago, better late than never. After a two and a half hour drive to Tarifa, followed by an hour ferry to Tánger,… Continue reading

La Semana Pasada

A perfect first wine tasting experience at Bodega Góngora, followed by a late night, and a lazy Saturday of shopping, cafés, and river walks. On Sunday I took a day trip to Cerro… Continue reading

To a Weekend in Germany

Flew into Stuttgart Thursday night with my friend, Ashley. We stayed with her friend Philipp that she met her senior year in high school when he studied in Indiana as an exchange student.… Continue reading

Of Lately…

First week of regular session complete. Classes and professors seem cool so far, although I’m not enthralled by the fact that I I have more homework coming my way. These are some of… Continue reading

Family Flamenco & Weekend Wanderlust

The end of my final week of intensive session. Went to CrossFit and played Volleyball near Plaza de España. Saw the Spanish film La gran familia española and visited El Casino de la… Continue reading

Más Cosas, Más Lugares

From morning runs, to nights out, to Baileys Frappes, to La Catedral and La Giralda, to strange findings, to intensive session, here is my past week, or so.

Sunday Funday

Sunday Funday and also my host dad, Alejandro’s birthday! After a morning run by the rio, Guadalquivir, I wandered around the art at Plaza del Museo. Since everything is typically closed on Sundays,… Continue reading

Vamos a la Playa

The end of orientation followed by scheduling and a Matalascañas beach day.

Más Orientación

Just some more iPhone documentation. Between the narrow cobblestone streets, intricate architecture, the people, great drinks, and even my killer new phone, i’m not sure how much better Sevilla can get. Well, maybe… Continue reading