Life in Malaga from the perspective of a very intrepid Swede

Hello everybody! My name is Agnetha, I am from Stockholm and I have come to Spain to learn Spanish in Malaga and above all to have a lot of fun.   Spanish culture has always attracted my attention. in fact, I think that has been one of the main reasons why my daughters started going […]

Hello everybody! My name is Agnetha, I am from Stockholm and I have come to Spain to learn Spanish in Malaga and above all to have a lot of fun.

 

Spanish culture has always attracted my attention. in fact, I think that has been one of the main reasons why my daughters started going to flamenco classes. I admit, I am in love with Spanish dance and gastronomy, but until now I have not been able to travel to Spain.

My daughter offered me this course to learn Spanish as a present so, I packed my bags, took my camera, my most colorful bikinis, my sunglasses and came to Malaga. I’ve been here for 2 weeks and the experience is going very well and I think I’m adapting to the city.

 

Taking an intensive Spanish course in Malaga is simply great because you start to notice the results quickly. Besides, I have a little secret and it is that I have been watching Spanish soap operas for a long time.  I know they always end up the same, but I love them.

Besides the classes, every day I have super fun activities with my classmates who are also learning Spanish like me, our teacher Maria tells us that we have more energy than her 18 year old students and the truth is that I feel so energetic and eager, I can’t believe that everything can be so great!

Since the school is not in the tourist area, I have to speak Spanish when shopping in the supermarket or talking to the neighbors. Also on my visits to the supermarket I learn the names of fruits and vegetables in Spanish, on Sunday they have a street market and I want to go there to practice everything I have learned, I hope they understand me! Then I am going to make a Spanish recipe called gazpacho.

 

I am living my experience to the fullest. My teacher Maria was the one who told me that some time ago the students of AIL Málaga used to write in the blog and I thought it was a good idea to continue improving my written expression and also to encourage all those who know that age is not in the passport but in the spirit to live this fantastic adventure.

Next week I will tell you about my experience at the flea market and how my gazpacho recipe turned out. Also, I will bring you a list of fun plans that you can do in Malaga, if like me you are new to the city.

 

I can’t wait to tell you all about it, see you next week!

Agnetha

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