Ok, so I have been in Spain for 4 days now and it proves to hold a bright and successful future. Even though I came to Spain with minimum ability to speak, read, or write the Spanish language it has been a blast. Sometimes people say “its not what you know, its who you know.” Well, case closed. When traveling abroad, make sure you have a friend or meet a friend that can become your personal translator and everything will become much easier. I am in Seville, Spain on a back-to-back summer study abroad program and so far I am having the time of my life even though I cannot communicate with the locals or my host family. My roommate Cameron has provided me with more than enough information that I could learn by simply reading out of some English to Spanish dictionary. Overall, my journey in Spain has begun. We have been in Madrid for 2 nights and experienced a taste of the crazy night life during the futbol game for the Spanish President’s cup. It was something that one can simply not describe but can only experience. Along with Madrid, we spent a night in Toledo. Hands down it was one of the most beautiful cities that I have ever been to. Every turn you made or every sight you could see was a Kodak moment. Now, I am in Seville. The real adventure has started and I am soon off to my first class of the program. Beunos noches!!