Last night we had a massive thunderstorm, unlike anything I've ever experienced. I woke up at 3:45 to the loudest thunder I've ever heard, and the brightest lightning. I couldn't fall back to sleep at first because I was wondering if my poor bicycle was getting wet on the terrace (the covered one, not the rooftop one) but I thought that I got up I'd never fall asleep again. Of course, I couldn't sleep anyway because I was thinking about the bike and anyway it was too noisy.
I finally got up an hour later to check on things and found Marco in the living room, brining in the clothes that had been hanging on the terrace. We're lucky we didn't lose anything. I brought my bike into the living room, but I still couldn't sleep until sometime after 5 I guess. George woke up too and tried to take photos of the lightning but said he was never able to capture it.
At 6:45 my alarm went off for swimming and it felt like I'd only been asleep for 2 minutes. Tonight I'll sleep well!
Turns out everyone at IESE (and probably everyone in Barcelona) was awake for at least an hour. I've never seen a storm last for so long. It was still going at 7:30 when I was walking back to the apartment from the gym, but it stopped just before we walked to school, fortunately.
Today was another long day of Spanish class, from 9:45 to 6:15, and now I have to do homework. There is a party going on at someone's house, but I can't be bothered. I'm too tired!