|I took this picture on my first visit to Haro October 3, 2012|
So tomorrow will be my last day in Haro. I'll catch the bus to San Sebastian and spend my last night in Spain on the beach. I have many things to think about. Will I return? How will I return?
After a very sad weekend, I know that I want to do everything in my power to return. I will miss people in Logroño. I made a few really good friends that I will keep in contact with once I return. I had to say goodbye to one of my best friends today, but we'll see each other again.
I won't miss the city of Logroño. My heart is with Haro. Maybe I would feel the same about Logroño if I were placed in the official language school there. I write that, but I'm not entirely sure. Because I was in a small school, I had to work with less professors and so I was able to connect with them more than I would've been able to in a large school. I even became good friends with one of them. Also, I saw the same students every week. I learned their names and could confidently stop them in the streets and call them by name. I roamed around town with them, danced with them, ate dinner with them, and talked about random things and sometimes inappropriate things. I definitely made more Spanish friends in Haro. I look forward to visiting them when I return to Spain.
|A gift from 2nd of secondary Las corazonistas|
|from 2nd of secondary|
|A jewelry box from Las Corazonistas|
|A gift from Amelia from EOI|
|Official Language School- Haro|