Journal of our teaching and traveling adventures in Spain and beyond.
I love all the updates so far! It can't be easy with the jet lag and disorientation to keep up with all the details so you are amazing for doing so!!Your area looks SO cute and very spanish indeed. How old are your students? I thought you were teaching kids lol. Oh and as for the culture shock with food, coffee etc..you won't even want to drink american coffee after getting used to the good stuff..trust me. And if I were you, I'd be experimenting with some homemade tapas ;)Besos! xxShira
Hi, Kids. I'm loving your blog. The pictures are great, everything looks so Spanish ... just as I imagined. You have a nice sized class; you should be able to make some good friends. Everyone looks to be about the same age and obviously has similar interests.I miss you both, terribly. We enjoyed your month home so much. I could get used to having you home, in Tampa, long term. I am excited for you and your adventures, but anxious for you to get it out of your system, too.Keep up the good work. Love you!
As I just told Jen, your group looks awesome. As I also just told Jen, if she and I were there, she wouldn't have many "options" and I would probably kill it. Miss you guys and love you.Lawrence
Shira - Most of our students will be adults. But personally, I plan to teach more kids! :) -AlexisMama, everyone here is really nice. We´re making friends with our classmates. We miss you too, a lot. You´ll just have to come visit soon. Love, David.LAWR - Your comment...so you lol. Hope you´re kicking ass at the new job! We miss and love you guys too. How is our apartment!? Ah, Home Sweet Stuy Town. -AlexisLawr, you would kill it here. -David