We’ve lived in Spain for several years now and we are often asked about homeschooling in Spain. Is homeschooling illegal in Spain? Is it even possible to homeschool? What options are available? Keep on reading and we’ll tell you what we know.
For 6 years we have been spoiled with the view from our terrace. Of course along the way we have shared that view via video and photos with you. Today we have somewhat of a special treat to share. Something we’ve been saying we were going to do for years and now we’ve done it! Well, I asked Alan to set it all up and he did it! Today you get to see what we see! With nearly 20 hours of our view in just minutes of video experience a busy summer’s day, from sunrise to sunset!
Are you looking for creative ways to give a birthday presents? We share with you some of the best ways to give birthday presents to show them that they are extra special. With unique ways to present gifts so you can really wow them!
I am always amazed by the evolution of technology. Moving from rotary phones to a smartwatch in a couple of generations is amazing!
Six years ago we moved to Spain with suitcases and backpacks, ready to start our adventure and live in Spain for a year or two. That was it! That was the plan! Here we are after six years, with so many life changing experiences, memories and stories.
There I am sitting at a sidewalk cafe, with the sun shining and the chatter of people around. I am enjoying my weekly meet up and coffee with my Spanish friend, which is always full of laughs and joy. Our conversation was flowing and then took an interesting and inquisitive turn about my life in Spain.
If you aren’t sure what to buy in Spain, don’t worry we have a great list for you. We cover things to buy in Spain as souvenirs for you to remember your trip. Things to buy in Spain to give as a gift. We also share with you the best things to buy in Spain and enjoy while you are there! What is Spain famous for? We’re about to tell you.
You know how we love unique places to stay, well this time we went glamping in Spain and had a blast. If you don’t know what glamping is don’t worry, we will explain it all.
It recently hit home for me that our kids have their own lives, which we parents don’t really know much about. Yes, we are raising kids in Spain, but does that make a difference? Would our teens and our choices have been similar if we weren’t in Spain? We had a list of goals when moving to Spain and one of those was to ensure the kids were able to adapt to change. Now I’m wondering if I need the lesson on adapting to change.