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Life in Culebrón

Life in Culebrón is a disconnected series of pieces about the banal and ordinary of everyday life in an inland Alicante village seen from my very British perspective.

Adventures With Mr. C

I became Mrs. C in June of 2015 and this crazy man I now call my husband has been asking me to say yes to adventures ever since. Follow along and learn that if you are looking at life correctly, every experience is an adventure.

Nextbiteoflife

A lifestyle and travel blog of a married couple, who moved from the U.S to Malta, then Malaga, now in Sevilla. The art of slow travel as we discover Europe.

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Sepia

Cultural interest magazine for locals and guiris - Revista cultural para guiris y locales. Valencia, che tu! @SepiaVLC

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IheartEurope

For anyone interested in the adventures of a graduate from London travelling and working in Europe on a whim, read on. It would be my pleasure to share with you some of the beautiful places I find along the way!

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Zen Kyu Maestro: Teacher in Spain, teaching in English, living in Spanish.

Experienced English primary teacher teaching Spanish 6- and 7-year-olds in English. Lots of high-quality photos from fiestas, concerts, sports events. Author of 'Zen Kyu Maestro: An English Teacher's Spanish Adventure' (A Monday Books eBook). ¡Viva España!

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Not Hemingway's Spain

This blog seeks to puncture the "Hemingway paradigm." It is part travel guide, steering you to those "pueblos con encanto" that Hemingway never knew, but which locals favor over the Pamplonas or Rondas to which Hemingway-obsessed Americans flock. It is part cultural guide, offering some tips and insights into subtle differences and hiccups that Americans commonly run into here. And part cultural study, placing Spain's dynamic, pluralistic, and very modern culture against the simplistic primitivism or exoticism typical of Hemingway's "lost generation." Along the way, I'll also muse on "our patron saint," to help make sense of why Hemingway saw Spain the way he did, but why we today might want to move on and re-see it the way Spaniards today do.

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Our expat blog of the month: Jill's Journey

It's been nearly twenty years since Jill first moved to Mexico for a study abroad semester. There, she met the love of her life which brought about the irresistible desire to come back and settle in Mexico. Jill talks about her journey and her everyday life as an expat on her blog. If you have always wondered what life in Mexico is all about, here we go!