A few streets away from the sea is CEAM, one of the continents best fashion institutes, also, my future second home (yeahhh, thats right). An amazing five-stories-high glass building that stands in between two small residences in the avenue of Benavides.
This look of it outside makes really a small part of the school. I just got home from an introduction of the courses I'll take and the teachers I'll have...and heck...I was speechless. Literally, by the end of the chat I was so nervous that once we stepped out to have a drink and treats in the main entrance, I spilled my whole glass of coke all over the shiny white tile flour. Way to make a great first impression. Reputation= ruined.
Nevertheless, it was amazing. Apart from the spill, the entire interior looked so exquisite. It instantly motivated me to clean my already cleaned room so it looks almost as unreal as that.
Oh and to top it ALL OFF, they gave you goody bags stuffed with miscellaneous covered in the logo. It felt like being in those generous fashion shows, like Chanel and Louis Vuitton, that give away their luxurious products as thank you gifts to the ones who go do the oh so great effort to attend them (sarcasm. The experience itself would be more than enough, just like the chat itself, but I cant complain).
Now I gotta wait 13 more days. Just 13.
On the meantime I gotta keep on practicing how to socialize with my fellow Peruvians which I've been failing at it the past weeks. I still have that 'gringa' accent everyone is telling me about, which is really ridiculous, because back in Vancouver I had that 'latina' accent.
I've been trying to learn the 'latino-adolescent-vocab' to sound less formal, and, well..you know...more **plena**-which means cool.
Cheers and goodnight,