When we arrived, J and M told Tim that now they were the strangers/tourists and Tim and I were in our element. M (the older one) seemed as though he would have been perfectly happy sitting and watching the scene for hours. The lights, the sunset over the water, the fancy stores, the escalator (had some problems with that one).... It was all new to him. He was particularly interested in seeing Dolce&Gabbana for some reason.
J seemed a little less starstruck until we sat down for dinner at a place with $7 sandwiches. At that point, he remarked that he'd never been to a pituco (uppity) restaurant before.
I think they are relieved to be done with classes, homework, etc. but also happy and satisfied with the experience of a month of seminary. I'm so glad we came, and I'll be interested to see what difference (if any?) this makes in their lives and in our church over the next few months.