Hola muchachos !
I promised to come back very soon to give you some news so here I am again.
I have been living in the most beautiful country in the world for a month and a half now and although the sun is gradually leaving us to join you, I am really happy.
Everything is still going as well as ever and I have two very good news: the first is that I have enrolled in dance. I’ve been doing classical dance for 15 years, so I might as well tell you that I was starting to miss it. I have found a very (very) good school near my home and take classes every Thursday and Friday morning.
The second is that I also take guitar lessons! By the way, this is Camilo, my friend and guitar teacher.
Apart from that, I obviously continue to discover the city and especially the Chilean gastronomy alongside Mary, who always teaches me to cook… Last realization: Donuts! I’ll give you a picture, you have the right to be jealous, they were delicious!
I have to admit that from this point of view, it looks like a cliché of an Erasmus student, but don’t get me wrong, I work too! Last week I carried out my very first exams.
At the Arcos Institute we work on many projects. The most important of them is undoubtedly the event Management and Production’s one : with a friend we will organize (for real!) a celebration for the French community in Chile, which will take place just before my departure, at the end of June. All this without any budget, as you can imagine, we are racking our brains to find solutions.
My photography classes are still as exciting as ever and I even have the chance to work in the laboratory with Marion to learn how to make photograms and develop photos!
I also take music culture classes that allow me to learn more about the history and functioning of music. To be honest, I don’t understand everything because it’s very technical but it’s a really very interesting classes, which I enjoy going to.
Here is the latest news, now you know everything!
To avoid leaving you too violently, I leave you with the breathtaking view we have in the evening from the apartment…