In the beginning of last summer, riled up by all my problems with Spanish bureaucracy, I wrote a post entitled 12 things I miss about America. Little did I know I hit on such a hot and controversial issue! Fights were breaking out in the comment section and on twitter about touchy topics like to-go coffee [...]
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Planning a trip to Spain? Are you going to come here to study abroad or to teach English? Even if you haven’t been here yet, you have probably heard about Spain’s infamous parties and nightlife. Home to places like Ibiza’s famous clubs and festivals like the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain sure knows [...]
Ok, so you’ve decided to take a leap of faith and move to Spain for a year! It will be an unforgettable year, an experience that will change you for the better, a year you will remember for the rest of your life. And you will not regret it. I promise. But will it be [...]
So you are moving to Spain to teach English for a year, are you? Now that August has arrived, I am sure you are all waiting anxiously for your visas, buying flights and counting down the days til you make the move out to beautiful sunny Spain! At the same time, you might be thinking about all [...]
So this week on The Expat Files, is the multitalented Lauren from Spanish Sabores, Recetas Americanas, Teach and Travel Spain, and now the founder of Madrid Food Tour! Lauren is one of the few Spain bloggers I have had the pleasure of meeting in person, and I always look forward to emails from her blog! [...]
From this…. …to this!!! Searching for apartments in Spain! Part tres of my key tips for future auxiliares de conversación in Spain! Have you checked out part 1: pre-departure and part 2: packing? Finding an apartment (piso) in Spain isn’t easy, and finding an amazing apartment is just plain difficult. In my last two years [...]
Source Planning to move abroad? Here are my tips about packing for Spain! Part dos of my key tips for future auxiliares de conversación in Spain! Have you checked out part 1: pre-departure? Well, the time has come! Are you ready to jump? Make a leap of faith? Leave your old life behind and try [...]
Making new friends on a local hike in La Rioja in September I’ve just finished up my second year working in Spain as an auxiliar de conversación, a English language teaching assistant though the Spanish Ministry of Education. This program is a great way for Americans to have the opportunity to come and live in [...]
Thinking about moving to Spain? Check out this sponsored post from Armishaws, one of the UK’s leading removals firms with 10 tips to help you make it happen. Mijas, a quaint mountaintop village overlooking the Mediterranean Top 10 Tips for Moving to Spain 1. British families who move to Spain with school-age or pre-school children [...]
Who is Young Adventuress?
I'm Liz, and I got my first taste for traveling and Spain when I was 16 years old. On my own, 8 years and 25 countries later, my wanderlust has only grown and the list of countries I want to visit longer. Nowadays I call Logroño, Spain my home, where I split my time between teaching English, writing and traveling. Follow my adventures as I wander, eat, and photograph my way around the world.
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- Today I Quit My Job to Travel the World April 10, 2013
- Top 5 Reasons Why I HATE the Auxiliar Program in Spain November 27, 2012
- How Blogging Saved Me February 12, 2013
- Haters Gonna Hate: 10 Best Hate Comments I’ve Ever Gotten January 15, 2013
- No More Excuses! Go Abroad Now! March 13, 2013
- 10 Life Lessons Travel Has Taught Me May 21, 2013
- Everything You Need to Know about Teaching English in Spain with BEDA May 16, 2013
- 5 Sunset Stories from Jordan May 14, 2013
- Recortadores: A Nonviolent Alternative to Bullfighting in Spain April 23, 2013
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