Hello again from Valencia! This post is basically a gallery of modern part of the city- the outstanding City of Arts and Science...
'La valía de un hombre se mide en la cuantía de soledad que le es posible soportar.' Friedrich NietzscheAdrian
The second week in Málaga is despacito coming to end and I’m trying to organize my thoughts on Sunday, as usually. This post won’t be structured as the previous one where I described every single day spent. The reason is that everything is starting to be more complex than separate days. I would say Spain started to change Adrian 1.0 into update version. And it’s more powerful than I expected. I can feel something unknown in my mood, in my behaviour, in my mind and it’s difficult to describe. Okay, let’s jump into it. Hope you enjoy the first ride!
On Sunday evening we visited the exposition of modern art (20th and 21th century) in Centre Pompidou Málaga which is the first Centre Pompidou out of France. This was really extraordinary experience for me as you could see the expo composed of pictures, cinematography, light, sculptures and words that made me feel decadence of the last century in art. Leaving the museum I felt really thunderstuck. Despite of this neutro-negative feeling I found the pictures that impressed me in a certain way.
We made this picture to remember the first week in school. We were finishing the practice of laparoscopic surgery at 7pm every day but had so much fun at the same time! The subject was all about practice and we learned how to work with different tools inside the human body under camera control.
Actually, one would say there is not a party without Despacito, jajaja. These week whole Málaga welcomes hundreds of new Erasmus- Boquerones, and I pushed myself to go out more often than I’m used to. This is the most difficult part for me, three fiestas in one week is too much. Uff…But I’m glad to meet these people :* I love you, Espaňoles!
What I love (and hate at the same time) about Málaga is the changing weather. It’s still winter in here, which means the nights are really cold (especially in flat without heating and all you have is one thick blanket!) During the day temperature rises to 18°C and you can walk in a shirt outside. But this winter is very rich in rainy days as well, and if it rains in Málaga, it’s a real storm. With floods (inundaciones) .
Another fact about Spain is la gastronomía española. If you are crazy about fish, olives and paella, you will definitely love Spain like I do. Okay, what I can’t handle is that lunch starts at 1pm and (I’m the only person in the restaurant until 1:30-2pm) I’m dying of hunger. The same for dinner, people in here eat at 10pm (This week I did at 11:30pm because of other duties, so I felt more local person). This is a hard nut to crack how to fit this habit into my nutrition plan. Maybe start breakfast at 11:30 with an oatmeal? Is that okay? 😀