Posted by: Pepe de Murcia | November 5, 2007

Hoy en día/Nowadays (14)


Originalmente publicado el 9 de mayo de 2007

(English version below)

Hoy en día (14)

El Infante, Antiguo Reino de Murcia

Hace casi dos años que volví de Dinamarca, y hoy me entra un poco de nostalgia: en hora y media estaré hablando con el chaval que se va con la misma beca el año que viene. Igual que hicieron conmigo, le contaré algunos secretos sobre el sistema danés y la ciudad de Aarhus, y espero sonar lo suficientemente entusiasta para que no se eche atrás. A los Erasmus nos pasa eso, que nos gustó tanto la experiencia que estamos deseando que alguien se lo pase igual de bien que nosotros, e intentamos poner nuestro granito de arena para conseguirlo.

Y rebuscando entre las fotos de aquel año he encontrado mi cumpleaños más multitudinario (vale que celebrábamos 3 cumpleañeros juntos, pero fueron casi un centenar de personas, de una decena larga de nacionalidades). Si podéis conseguir una beca Erasmus, o Leonardo, o Séneca o lo que sea, por favor, no lo dudéis (y si es un país que no he visitado, reservadme un trozo del sofá-cama).

Nowadays (14)

El Infante, Ancient Kingdom of Murcia

It’s almost two years since I came back from Denmark, and today I have a little feeling of nostalgia: in one and a half hours I’ll be talking to the guy who is going next year with the same grant as me. As somebody did with me, I’ll tell him some secrets about Danish system and the city of Aarhus, and I hope to sound enthusiastic enough so that he doesn’t refuse. It happens this to Erasmus people like me, we liked that much the experience that we are willing anybody to have such a great time as we had, and we try to put our little bit to get it.

And looking out among the pictures from that year I found my most crowded birthday (ok, we celebrated 3 birthday people together, but still there were almost one hundred people, from more than 10 nationalities). If you can get an Erasmus, or Leonardo, or Séneca or whatever grant, please, don’t doubt about it (and if it’s at a country I haven’t visited yet, keep a piece of your sofa-bed for me).

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