Having breakfast in one of the four tables a “terraza” has (that’s what they call the tables in the outside here in Spain) hearing three different languages is definitely a new experience for me.
A couples of months ago I moved to Barcelona which my wife and I had been planning over the last two years.
One of the many reasons we chose this city was because of its multicultural environment. Barcelona offers a wide range of food, languages, costumes from whatever nationality you may think of.
And the good thing of being surrounded with different habits is that you somehow become more open to learn new things.
It’s up to us to embrace these experiences and transform it into a new piece of ourselves, somehow. At the end of the day, no matter how different things you have known, but how open minded you are to improve yourself.