Candidate Blog Post: Nathan’s Adventures in Uruguay

Adventures in Uruguay

I am currently wrapping up my two months in Uruguay and it’s left me with so much knowledge of the language and the culture of the area in and around the Rio de La Plata. I often have thought that I adjust very well to new environments, but my first few days here were overwhelming without a doubt.

Learning to Adjust in Uruguay

The weather change, the language, learning the city and just learning how things are done in culturally takes time, but I wish, looking back, that I hadn’t been so timid. I felt like everyone was watching me when I went out and I was so afraid of taking a wrong step so it took me a while to get in the habit of getting out and about regularly when in reality, there was nothing to be afraid of.

Boats sitting on a beautiful beach in Uruguay

The Uruguayan People

The people in Uruguay were very welcoming, I was lucky to make a friend that spoke good English who showed me around the city and I found the culture to be very relaxed. My Uruguayan friend uses the phrase “Manejate” to describe the culture here, which more or less translates to “Suit yourself”.

Uruguayans are very relaxed and friendly so if you’re considering an excursion here, I would highly recommend it. The professors who taught my classes were extremely helpful and friendly and I met many other international students at the school who I became very close with.

experience internships in Uruguay

Just Intern Abroad

All the advice you hear about these types of trips is true. The sooner you get yourself getting out and meeting people, the better experience you’ll have, but it’s easier said than done. I have taken so much from my trip here, and far beyond my internship. I would recommend it to anyone considering such a trip. Cheers from Uruguay!

If you’re interested in interning abroad in Uruguay like Nathan, check out our Uruguay page.

Intern abroad in Uruguay with Adelante Abroad

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