A lot of you have asked me about my trip to Spain and you have showed great interest in the trip in itself - why I was there and what I´ve been doing there while staying in Spain.
This post is not about fashion, makeup of anything like that, but I just wanted to share my wonderful exchanging-trip to Spain with you guys and because I have taken so many photos while I was there... I was kinda obligatory of me to do so ;) hihi
I lived in a beautiful city called Pozoblanco - Andalucia in south Spain
. I lived there for 7 days with my host family. The Spanish people showed great hospitality, kindness and love to all of us (the exchange students). I felt like I was a part of their family from day one, and let me tell you.. It was so hard for me to say goodbye to the great Spanish people. I became good friends with a lot of them, and I miss them very much - luckily they will pay us a visit in March! My class has also been to Cordoba, Granada and Seville. You have to go and see these places for yourself.. not even pictures can do their justice. It´s so breathtaking, beautiful and magical
in a way! The last 3 days of our trip we got to spend in Granada. It´s an old city where the beautifulllll....... Alhambra is (a castle). When it comes to Alhambra... I have never ever
seen something like that, not even close to it before.... Alhambra is over 700 years old and when you walk the palace you get that magical
feeling I was telling about and as we were walking I was constantly getting the goosebumps... sounds weird
but it was actually that beautiful and it´s such an incredible place. I almost sound like a travel guide hahah!
We saw a lot of old but beautiful architecture and cities in general! I would definitely come back one day but until that day comes, I can look my pictures trhough again and again and remind myself of the trip!Here are some of my 837 pictures that I took with my iPhone 5 camera:
My beautiful Spanish host Carmen
Spanish people and some of the danish exchange students
Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba
700-year-old geometric artwork made by the muslims when they ruled over Spain
I hope that you enjoyed these pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them! <3