Semana Santa means no school or private classes, so Arianna and I packed our bags and headed to Basque Country for their famous Basque cuisine and architecture. Our trip began in Bilbao – I was excited to see the Guggenheim Museum and other famous buildings/sculptures the city has to offer. Processions of Bilbao I went… Read More Semana Santa in Basque Country
Lately I have been so full of so many emotions. I never thought I would be in Galicia for such a long, extended time. I came here planning to only stay for a year – enough time to figure out what my next step would be. I will soon be ending my third year… Read More The Journey
Living in Spain has been such a dream. I can indulge in in all the jamón and cheap (but amazing) wine that my heart desires, travel, and live cheaply here in Santiago. What more could I want? One of the most difficult things to overcome is being so far away from my family. Weekends are… Read More Bo Nadal from the states
A few friends and I spent this past weekend in one of my favorite cities – Valencia. We had a wonderful time filling our bellies with paella, horchata and fartones, biking to the beach and seeing all the beautiful sights the city has to offer. Contrary to belief, paella is not Spain’s national dish. Each autonomous community has… Read More Puente in Valencia
A few things: Like always, summer has come and gone so quickly! I had a great experience au pairing in A Coruña – I couldn’t have asked for a better family to work with. Last month I celebrated my 3 year Spain-iversary. I never intended to stay here for more than 1 year, but here… Read More ¡Vuelta al cole!