I know the beginning of this month caused serious tension between some of you, and I hope that all the loyal Pats fans have begun to mend their broken hearts and restore their relationships. My month began with a trip to Prague, Bratislava, and Vienna, and besides constantly being cold, I had an amazing time. I’m thankful I'm not studying in Prague, though, because I would easily gain 20 pounds eating trdelnik after every meal. Maci and Skyler, godspeed. It’s hard to believe that I have already been living in Madrid for almost two months, and man, what a place to call home. I go to Retiro every chance I get, I am officially basic for how frequently I watch sunsets at Templo de Debod, I have fallen in love with croquetas and eat bocadillos for approximately 50% of my meals, and I have developed a moderate to severe addiction to cafe con leche. I have also met some incredible people here from all over the world, and it’s really cool to be able to relate to so many of them because I have a brother that has studied at their uni before or is studying there now. So, thanks for helping me make more friends. Oh yeah, my vocabulary has already adapted and I can’t wait to annoy you all by talking about my uni and my flat :). Speaking of my flat, one of my flatmates and I went on a trip to Morocco at the end of February and we ran into Ally and Cody while walking through the markets of Chefchaouen...casual right? I love visiting the places each of you fell in love with and having the opportunity to fall in love with them myself. I now understand why everyone that studies abroad (or should I say goes on exchange) has a constant desire to talk about it, but can never seem to find the right words to describe all that they saw and felt. I already know that I will face the same struggle when I come home but I am so excited to talk your ears off about how wonderful Madrid is. Until then, I hope your lives are still filled with puns and Chacos in my absence. I miss you all; don’t be strangers!!
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SOU Bros Abroad
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