DOs and DONT's

Keep in mind:

Visit museums and historical places, but also go to the little towns and talk to the regular Spaniard. They know the best places in town and upon seeing you interested they will love to help you out. Get one of their "I" maps, and don't be afraid to use it. Eat, dance, be open-minded and have fun. Traveling is very cheap. Take advantage of it. Stay in hostels. There you will meet people from all over the world, and you just might make good traveling buddies and several friends. Be responsible and respectful. You can't forget you are at someone else's homeland. Explore and don't be afraid to try speaking their language. Smile, wear comfortable (but cute) shoes and pack light.

Lastly, stop trusting me and go live your adventure.

Leave at home:

Don't take it personally if you think someone is being rude. Laugh it out.

They are loud, touchy and enjoy kissing in both cheeks. Prejudices should be out of your backpack. Fears and preconceptions shouldn't heighten your itinerary.

Boredom? You might just have to try finding the word again upon your return from Spain. You will forget all about it.

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