„Que cuando me vaya, no caiga una lágrima por mi; que solo quede la amistad…” Is a sentence from a really famous spanish song that means: don’t cry when I leave, just remember my friendship”, and that’s exactly what I want. remember all the amazing people I have met here, and that made this 9 months unforgattable.
After 5 months of being away from home, you feel „morriña„, an spanish expression used to describe the feeling of missing home. And don’t get me wrong! Kraków is my city now, but I decided that it was time to go back home, eat a nice paella, go to feria and dance sevillanas with my mom.
Good morning dear readers!
Today I write about a meeting that I had last week (because, in the meantime nothing interesting happend, as long as you don’t consider „reading in a Park” or „working” as super interesting) with students from America.
As every year, Easter came and passed, leaving behind a trail of half eaten chocolate bunnies, weirdly painted eggs and, this time, a missed tradition (or two).
Before coming here people were telling me: oh, you will become a snowman there, the temperatures are not higher than -9.
But… with this lovely weather we have this week, I’m wondering, where is the winter?
there we go with another blogpost about our lifes as volunteers in Kraków. By now, the winter really arrived, sometimes we have snow and sometimes it is cold (cold, that are minus degrees). It is already the middle of January, the time is always passing so fast! Also, Christmas is a month ago.