Cultural Exchange

A Day In The Life Of An Exchange Student

A lot of people ask me, what is a day like in the life of an exchange student? To be honest, it pretty much goes back to normal after a few weeks but one of the main differentiating factors is that here, you are constantly exploring.

A beautiful street I pass every day on my way to school.

Whether it’s exploring the language, food, culture or the city. I consider myself to be very lucky in terms of my location in Spain. I have been born and brought up in a huge metropolitan city and Badalona was like a whiff of fresh air. It’s a small and intimate town but still not too far from Barcelona. So anytime I get city-sick all I have to do is catch a metro there. The benefit of this small town is that everything is so close by. The beach is a 10-minute walk and so is the school. It has a much more laid back vibe compared to one of a bustling city.

I especially love the narrow and graffiti-filled streets here because of how colorful the buildings are and how they add to the overall aesthetic.



My friends looking strangely at me taking a picture of buildings they see everyday haha!

For me, the secret to happiness is to discover something new every day!

xx, Mahi


3 thoughts on “A Day In The Life Of An Exchange Student

  1. Wonderful pictures and lovely way of looking at life! Keep it up my dear, explore the world and have blessed days ahead.I am enjoying every bit of your passion and creativity.

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