Today was the first day of class. I woke up extra early to be able to get to class because I had never been to this campus before, let alone find my classes within the building. 8:00am I left the apartment, got on the metro, switched over to the train and got off at my stop Sarría. This is where things went downhill quickly. I walked in the direction I thought the school was, but due to the lack of street signs in this city, I really had no idea where I was going. So I asked a young guy next to me, he told me to turn around and go to the right. I did so and still had no idea where I was, so I walked and walked and walked around Barcelona until I eventually found the street I need to be on and I looked up and saw UAB(My school). I walked into class at 9:20, so a normally 30min metro ride turned into an hour and twenty minutes. That was one of the most frustrating things in the world, I kept thinking how I wish it was just simple like in Moscow. The professor was really nice though, she expected people to be late or not even show up. I wasn’t even the last one in the class, one girl walked in 45min late. The next class was right next door at 11am, which was very nice. I liked not having to walk all over the earth to find a stupid classroom. Both classes seem cool: Inequality, Poverty and Globalisation, and International Business. They’re cool professors, both originally from the Barcelona area. After my last class I went back to the apartment, ate some lunch and then went to the ISA office, where I picked up an international phone and hung out on the free wi-fi.