Racing for Reda
It´s our last week here at SAIIE and Sevilla as a whole, which feels quite weird since we have gotten used to the routine. We are spending most of our week racing to finish homework assignments, which includes a 5-6 page paper, oral presentation, and exam that´s worth 40% of our grade. Needless to say, we are slightly stressed. This last week carries a huge workload, and we are also trying to pack our bags for our next leg of the European trip: Germany.
We will definitely miss Sevilla and the friends that we made her, but the good thing is that most of the students came here from our home university, UW-La Crosse. I´m sure we will find a way to meet up with the people from the other universities in Wisconsin, but unfortunately it will not be over churros y chocolate, tapas, or sangría. I plan to visit España again in my life, so really I´m saying a temporary goodbye to the country. I also want to say thanks to everyone here at SAIIE, our host family, Reda our professor, and the city of Sevilla as a whole. It´s been a great experience here. Onto working in Wisconsin to pay off my European debt!
Here is one of my favorite pictures I have taken of the city of Sevilla. I don´t even know what building this is, but I like how you can see the three flags, trees, and architecture.