While Alan was away attending his Spanish immersion course with Diverbo, I went back to Spanish conversation class for a few weeks. There was a man from Norway, visiting Spain for a couple of weeks and he was in my Spanish class. Of course during class we all speak of things we know, but in Spanish and he mentioned some amazing things about his country. Naturally, I was curious and started to investigate a potential Norway vacation and found a Norway travel guide. I started to see if this could be a good Winter destination or would it be better to visit Norway in the Summer.
It’s that time of year again and we are starting to plot and plan to create the best European Christmas vacation. This time we are looking for a little input from you as well. We will share our circumstances and requirements with you, as well as what is currently on the table for choices. Feel free to comment on our choices or add more to the list for us!
It’s been 5 years in Spain! Exactly 6 years ago the seed was planted. Alan and I were chatting over dinner and I brought up the idea of us quitting our jobs and traveling for a year. Alan’s first reaction was “You are crazy!”. Okay, so tell me something I didn’t already know. I let him digest the thought and showed that others were successful with the process and we could be too.
Greetings One and All! As the title suggests, it’s my turn. “Your turn for what?” you may be asking. It’s my turn for Pueblo Español! Heidi went through this intensive Spanish course in June, and now I get to go in November. How am I feeling about it? You’ll have to read on to find out.
Barcelona is a vibrant Spanish city filled with culture. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, there’s plenty to see and do. In fact, there’s simply too much to fit into one article. With the help of Nestpick, a search aggregator for mid to long-term rentals, we have put together a round-up of the top attractions . Don’t forget to check out their site if you are thinking of moving to the Catalan capital! We have loads of information, whether you plan to move to the city or just visit Barcelona.
As you know, our move to Spain started with a career break, taking a sabbatical, planning a family gap year, or whatever you want to call it. After 5 years of travel, it has now officially turned into a travel lifestyle. Yes, we now have the lifestyle of the open-ended traveler with a home base in Spain.
- How did you go from Career Break to Lifestyle?
- How do you make money online? (C’mon this is the real question you want answered, right?)
- When are you returning to the USA?
We are asked time and time again about all of our house sitting opportunities. We get questions like, “How do we find housesits who accept families?”, “How do you house sit all over the world?”, “Do you get to choose the type of animal you will be pet sitting?” and the lists goes on. For us, house sitting is an excellent way for us to get time with pets as well as save a little money on accommodation when traveling. Below we will share with you everything you need to know about house sitting. Oh and a little something special, just for Wagoners Abroad readers!
As we are a traveling family living in Spain, space is of great importance to us. We try very hard not to collect too many material “things” as we want to keep our belongings to a minimum. We have decided to share a Creative Gifts Guide. These are great gift ideas for the person who has everything and we even provide you fun and creative ways to give a gift!
As you know, we have been living in Spain for a few years, and during that time we have done our fair share of driving. I remember when we first arrived and trying to figure out the rules of the road. Coming from the United States, there were plenty of things that were familiar, but many others that just made us wonder, or look up the answer on the internet. We have welcomed several visitors to Spain and it has been fun driving around with them. It is fun hearing their thoughts on driving in Spain as well the meaning of road signs or street markings. Did you know we have a Zebra, Giraffe and Jellyfish crossing? What about the Poo Stop or Ninja’s on the loose?