So the first day of school was fun. I have to learn better the train and which ones to take because there are many different more or less nice. But despite the trip TO school, the classes were fun, so was the teachers (Matteo and Lorenzo) and my classmates. Mostly girls, actually only on guy, from all over the world: Velenzuela, Russia, Ukraine, Island, China, USA, Indonesia... Some of them has stayed in MIlano for a year or longer and know pretty well the city. Others have, like me, just arrived and look kind of lost, like me. The class didn´t reallly seem very organized but somehow I still felt I learned a lot. They defeintily prioritate conversation before grammar so a lot of the three hours were just random talking about Italy, Milano and so on. Pretty relaxed. Going back I took the subway with an American/Italian girl that just moved here from San Fransisco. Basically all of her relatives live in Italy but her family lives in USA. Now she decided to move here permanantly because she basically hates America (mostly the politics and the fact that people get brain washed...). I´m not sure yet what I will do in the afternoon but I think studying, exercising, baking, cooking and cleaning will keep me pretty busy. :)
Yesterday we had Caterina, Pietros sister, her husband Paolo and their three kids over for "fika" (coffee break in swedish). After coffee we went to the park to relax before Pietro and I walked back home to start the paella (takes a loong time to make). After spending some months in Valencia Pietro is a master at doing paella. Buonissimo!