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hola, this blog will chart my experiences of living in Madrid, hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy living it:)
A British girl's experiences of living and working in Madrid and travelling around Spain. Lots of Madrid recommendations.
Hi! I'm Lauren, a new blogger and expat in Madrid. I moved here in 2013 to start a new chapter in my life and immerse myself in a new culture. Well, I have loved it so much that I'll be staying for another year. Read about my experiences and travels, the good, the bad and the ugly on my blog!
A Canadian girl living in Madrid since September 2012. I previously lived in South Korea for a year, teaching English.
ROUTE WORDS is a blog that shares tips, tricks and stories about travel. Overall, it is an outlet for me, Kelsey, as I document my adventures through travel and daily life. I seem to be on a never-ending quest to find myself while getting lost in the world.
%u201CAn Ocean Away%u201D is about `alternative culture and lifestyle´ destinations for the independent youth market that can be enjoyed regardless of a tight budget.It´s about the people I meet, the experiences I have, and the ways in which they change me. Traveling is about learning, and I love to share what I´ve learned!
Keeping these wonderful experiences to myself would be a crime! I must share it with the world. I'm a writer and we find passion in writing, no matter what. But also, with my blog I intend to help others have an idea of what it's like living abroad. You'll have to experience it for yourself to see the whole picture, but reading people's opinions beforehand helps a whole lot -- and I know this. So hope you enjoy my blog. Don't be shy, interact! También hablo español, eh! ;-) Ciao!
Globe-trotter who enjoys photography, food, architecture, dancing, and exploring different places. Living in Madrid. Travel stories and tips for Europe, Asia, Central America, Africa, North America, and the Middle East. Someday I'll make it to Antarctica!
Hi! My name is Kaley, and%u2014yes%u2014I%u2019m an American girl living in Spain. I started this blog as a way to keep up with my family back home in Indiana, when I moved to Salamanca, Spain back in 2009. I kept it up for the 2010%u20132011 school year when I was working as an English teacher in Zamora, Spain, regaling you with humorous anecdotes from my 200 high school students studying English. I came to Spain to learn Spanish. I stayed because of a boy %u2026 We got married on July 7, 2012, and we're currently living in Madrid!
This is a blog that covers a wide range of topics on Spain and especially Madrid. Brian has lived in Spain for over twenty years and has written three books. The blog is mostly in English, but also in Spanish.
American woman on a mission to enjoy Spain, learn Spanish, and visit every museum in Madrid (with family in tow)
Follow me, Lauren, a recently married expat, as I move from laid-back Sevilla to busy Madrid in search of some type of career, ideally in the food industry. I write about all food, Spanish and other, because, really, why discriminate!? I talk about adjusting to life in Spain, being married to Spaniard, the rarities of Spanish culture, and also post recipes and pictures.
A Casual Notebook is a periodic record of musings from Shawn Moksvold. It is a humble blog in its infancy, concentrated mostly on 1st-person happenings in Spain, with a new entry usually on the weekends, and it has a lot to learn. The plan? To grow up into a wise observer of a healthy and well-lived life. We’ll see…
The lives and travels of young expat bloggers
More and more young people are looking overseas for their next new adventure, be it the next step in their education or in order to further their career. Though long stints of travelling have been popular for a while, young adults are increasinly looking to make a long-term move abroad. This breed of young expat is often a keen traveller (often using their new home as a base for visiting the region) with a desire to discover the nuances of their new culture. Here are our top five blogs from young expats.