An amazing experience in Spain

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Cathedral de San Salvador, Oviedo Spain

Hi, I’m Narine Musayelyan from Armenia.  On 3 of November I arrived in Oviedo, Spain as a European volunteer and will stay here for 9 months.  In this blog you can read about my experience as a European citizen in Spain, as a volunteer and traveler.

I was welcomed in Conseyu de la moceda d’Uvieu. The organization is like a family. There you can see love to their work, to society and to each other. Soon my colleagues became my friends. With their help I started to explore a new Spain, as it turned out that what I know from Spain, all were from the South. Yes, the North is quite different with unique nature, culture, food and traditions.

Spain is a country of regions with big differences and of course some similarities, like jamon, tortilla and paella. Here in Asturias the most popular and typical thing is sidra.

I tried it on my first day in Oviedo. I liked the way it was poured. I couldn’t resist the temptation and wanted to do it by my self. I confess it was really difficult.

Let’s see how sidra is poured.maxresdefault

It was also interesting that people round the table drink sidra from the same glass.

 

23.11.15-28.11.15 was my on – arrival training in Toledo. We lived in a castle and used every minute to see the city.

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Toledo (view from the castle)

 

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Cathedral of Toledo

The training helped us to understand what we want, how we can do it, what tools can be used, what we can give and get.

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These days were crazy, intensive and amazing. The atmosphere was so great that in the end it was difficult to say good by to others.

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