Author Archives: Susannah Dibble

Feliz Navidad and the Christmas Lottery

This is my last (and slightly delayed) blog post for the semester. It seems impossible to sum up the experiences and memories of my semester in Spain so I thought I would talk about my final month in Madrid, specifically:  … Continue reading

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El sabor de Madrid

I feel like it would be a crime to not talk about food in Spain since that’s what my days revolve around. As someone who is an extremely mediocre cook, eating other people’s food all semester has been a wonderful … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Metro

I’m now a month into my study abroad experience and I associate my day-to-day life in Madrid with a lot of things: drinking tinto de verano with friends at a café, talking about politics with my host family over cena, … Continue reading

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Embracing the Uncomfortable

I’m currently sitting in my new room in my host family’s apartment, sweating profusely. Unfortunately for me, it is just as hot in Madrid as it is in D.C., but without the blessing of constant air conditioning. My slightly overheated … Continue reading

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