Sunday, November 4, 2007

Orientation comes to an end

It was really sad when we realized that we weren’t going to be taking any more trips as a group, but it was also a bit of a relief to feel settled, knowing we wouldn’t be packing up our things in a few days. We were assigned a somewhat unusual but very worthwhile assignment for our history class that week. We had to go visit a museum chosen by the professor (everyone had a different museum) and take notes to give a brief presentation on it. That was easy, but we also had to locate and arrive at our museum on our own, and that was a challenge for me because I’d never read a map before I went to Spain (I get lost a lot). Fortunately my museum was close to my dorm, and I got there and back without any problems. It was a really good feeling to actually take a trip alone in Spain and find out that I actually can read a map.The week afterwards, we took a final exam in our history course and were DONE. Although the course material was pretty easy, I’m not great with history and was glad not to have to worry about it anymore.

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