Each Autumn our consulting and blogging takes a little siesta, so Alan and I take full advantage of this time to work on projects and improve our Spanish. This time we tried experiential learning Spanish mixed with some traditional classroom time. Yep, we are taking the slow road to fluency, but at least we are still on that road! To top it all off, we know we are better than we were last year!
Legoland is located in the southern most region of Malaysia in Johor Bahru. If you want to get from Singapore or Kuala Lumpur to Legoland Malaysia, you are in the right place. We share with you many easily access to Legoland Malaysia from either location. You can make it a day trip or stay for a while at the Legoland Malaysia Hotel.
For 6 years we have been spoiled with the view from our terrace in Almunecar Spain. 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!
So far I have traveled to 50+ countries in my lifetime and I have to say, I fell in love with the nature and beauty in Langkawi, Malaysia. Shhh, don’t tell anyone else about these awesome things to do in Langkawi. I am almost hesitant to tell you about it, as I don’t want tourism to spoil what we have experienced.
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.
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.
During our 8 week summer road trip, we spent a few days in Valencia. My mom, brother, and I went on a tour with Segway Valencia. These are my favorite tours, because we can see so much in only a few hours.
We at Wagoners Abroad see our fair share of tourist things, but what we really enjoy is finding those gems that show the interesting cultural items of a city or country. This includes not only seeing, but experiencing how the locals do things. Spending a few hours in their shoes is a fantastic way to better understand people. With the help of Paula at Devour Madrid Food Tour, she was able to show us a few of the gems in her neighborhood of Huertas.