Wow, time really flies, because I have already been a month in Sevilla!
I can happily announce that I feel really good, and that I am happy this month is over. Last month I flew from my home country, the Netherlands to start a new adventure in Sevilla. I will study here for the next 4 months.
The first week was extremely difficult for me, because I have never even lived on myself, did not know how to cook, felt homesick and had to take care of a lot of things, like documents, getting a bicycle etc.
The weeks after, I was counting down the days, until I finally could go home. But after 3,5 weeks I finally started to feel happy and stopped doing this.
I think that’s because I found 3 great people, which who I am doing a lot of fun things with. I also I cooked something new every week and I know my way around Sevilla much better.
Right now I still have the number of days that are left in my agenda. Yes I was that homesick, but I do not look at it anymore. Now I actually get nervous when I see the number of days that are left, because I still want to do so many more things in Sevilla and Spain!
I am happy right now and can’t wait for all the things that are coming! I hope to be making many experiences with the 3 girls I have met.
If you have lived abroad and felt homesick, after how many days, weeks or months did you finally not feel homesick anymore? What made you feel that way?
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