There’s no such thing as soccer; in Trujillo the only sport that truly exists is futból. Although technically the same game, the cultural subtleties between futból in Spain and soccer in the US are quite different. The sport has a long history in Spain; from the Barcelona/Real Madrid rivalry that exploded under Franco’s . . . → Read More: There’s No Such Thing as Soccer
The Church of San Martin in the Plaza Mayor
Every day, twice a day, I carefully make my way home over uneven, crooked, cobblestone streets lined with Medieval stone buildings. I am in a walled city so rich in history that it leaks from the cracks the lizards escape into. Trujillo, and Spain itself, . . . → Read More: Aventura Increíble
First Moments in Trujillo!
Thinking about studying abroad? Many study abroad students live with other English speakers in a dorm-like setting, however, in Trujillo,you will be living with a host family. Does this bring up concerns? Wild worries that the family might be mass murderers? Never fear…
Meeting Host Families Upon Arrival
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