It’s week (year?) nine of quarantine, and many European countries are beginning to ease their lockdown restrictions. Shops and hairdressers are starting to open, even schools in some areas. Although there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, the road ahead is a windy one, littered with potholes and spontaneous road work. I’ve spent the last two months quarantining at my Belgian boyfriend’s apartment … Continue reading What it’s like quarantining with your boyfriend in another country
Do all Spaniards love sangria? How common are afternoon siestas? Here are six popular misconceptions about Spain. Continue reading Do Spaniards really siesta? 6 common myths about Spain
But how did I get here? After one year of living in Madrid, I look back at how I ended up teaching English in Spain—plus tips on how you can, too. Continue reading Started from the bottom: One year of teaching English in Madrid
It’s hard not to compare Barcelona and Madrid—as the two biggest cities in Spain they share many similarities, but what stood out most to me were their differences.
Madrid is a warm, captivating city that I’ve only just begun to explore, but I can already say me encanta.