Granada, Spain: A Day in the Life of a Study Abroad Student

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Granada, Spain: A Day in the Life of a Study Abroad Student

January 15, 2019
by Victoria Slaybaugh
One of the most incredible aspects of study abroad is that every day is a new adventure, and the more you explore, the more you realize how much there is to discover. Granada was a place like no other, with Moroccan tea houses situated across from eateries serving traditional Spanish tapas. You never knew what you would find, even on a casual evening out. A stroll through el Albaicín, the Medieval Moorish district, could have been a scene pulled straight out of a movie: couples laughed over cups of coffee, children ran alongside dogs in the street, musicians played with all the gusto in the world, and everyone seemed to be truly enjoying and living in the bliss of the moment.
Victoria Slaybaugh is the Fall 2018 CEA MOJO Photographer in Granada, Spain, and is currently studying at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo.
 

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