As a Spaniard living in Texas (and before that, in the UK), I know well what culture shock is like.
It's those little details that you always take for granted as "the normal way to do things" (for example, having metallic shutters on your windows that block out all the light while you sleep), until you move out of your home country and realize people in other places do stuff in different ways.
So naturally, I had a lot of fun reading this blog post! In it, the author, a Texan, explains what culture shock is like for an American living in Spain.
I felt identified with all of the stuff he mentions—although from the exact opposite point of view!, and I realized how much I miss those little things from my home country.
Read it here: