I have been living in London for 7 years. And like every relationship, I am wondering if it has reached the 7 years itch. Click on the picture to continue reading.
Hola, Bonjour, Hello again ! I am back today for another article coming from my recent trip to Northern Spain, this time with a subject that really came to me whilst I was visiting there: living in tradition or living in modernity... which one would lead more surely to happiness? (click on the picture to continue reading)
Hola & buenos dias! That's about if for my knowledge of Spanish. Ok that's a lie I can order food and a coffee too because you got to know what your priorities are in life and "un pan con tomate y jamon por favor" will get you to many (delicious) places. (click on the picture to continue reading...)
Here we go for the second amendment on the "Living in a foreign country" series. One of the first thing that might come to your mind when thinking about moving abroad is whether or not you will be able to connect with people in the same way that you would with people speaking your mother tongue. So today I wanted to touch on the whole language barrier challenge, a few tips on how to overcome it and share my personal experience in moving to a couple of English-speaking countries which hopefully will help you out if you are going through something similar. Click to continue reading...