More than ever before, our adventure lovers have been busy bees! They are really trying hard to enjoy every little bit that Málaga has to offer. They have been exploring town, visiting the Picasso Museum in town, enjoying the wonderful beaches, visiting nearby towns such as Nerja, and a couple of them even went … More All things come to an end…
So the much anticipated weekend finally arrived! And what did our adventure lovers do? Well, they went out to seek more adventures of course! There were mainly two groups: one went to Tarifa and the other one visited Gibraltar—both cities are good options for one-day-trips. Those students who went to Tarifa were marvelled by the … More Free weekend: Here we come!!!
Our first week in Málaga continues to be exciting and full of adventures. At 1:00 p.m., students are done with classes and they make sure to take advantage of their time off! After eating lunch with their hosts families and taking a siesta, on Wednesday, they had salsa lessons at the school. Ramón, the teacher, … More Studying, exploring, and making friends!
Students have taken to Málaga really well. After enjoying a day and a half off upon arrival, classes resumed on Monday. The Enforex Málaga school is located two blocks from the beach, among a plethora of restaurants and coffee shops that our students have been patronizing. Classes are going well; the new professors are … More Málaga: Earth, wind, water, and fire.
Home to Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas, among many other talented people, Málaga is a lovely town nestled in the Mediterranean Sea, especifically on the extremely well-known Costa del Sol. With a population of approximately 600,000 people, it is welcoming, charming, and simply beautiful. We made it here on Saturday in the early evening hours. … More Welcome to Málaga, y’all!
As our time in Seville comes to an end—we are headed to Malaga tomorrow to embark in the last two weeks of this academic program—students are making sure they enjoy this wonderful city as much as they can. While they continue to attend classes in the mornings and early afternoons (in fact, they also had … More Enjoying our last days in Seville
So we got back on Sunday night from Granada and our students got back to their lives with their host families in Seville and their daily academic program. I know I have already mentioned in passing how wonderful homestays are for our students’ growth and learning, but I’d like to dedicate today’s blog post to … More Back to our Spanish families and back to school.
Apologies about the hiatus! But we have been busy in Granada! As you can see from the pics and the title of this blog post, we did not spend our first full weekend in Spain in Seville. Both the Malaga and the Seville groups met in Granada, Spain. We arrived in this charming southern city … More Granada Bound!
As the group gradually acclimates to the classes, the city, and their families, their days get fuller and fuller, as well as packed of wonderful memories. Yesterday, the Don Quijote professors took everyone to see the Carrozas del Rocío, the most popular religious pilgrimage in the country. The students enjoyed themselves and could not … More Another day in paradise!
So on Wednesday classes resumed. We were all there before 9 a.m. ready to tackle another day! We had a day morning and early afternoon full of classes, only interrupted by a short break, which some took to ran across the street to a local market and get some artisan bread and fill it up … More Classes resume!