A few weeks ago, the kids came home with a permission slip that needed to be signed by a parent and returned. This wasn’t for a field trip, this time it was approval for them to appear on TV. Continue reading
Greetings One and All from Spain
As you all know, we’re trying to understand and assimilate Spanish culture. In doing some research, I came across an interesting number. 5845.
Excuse the math detour… Continue reading
We are excited to announce that we were recently featured in Real Family Travel Magazine, available on iPad’s Newsstand and a new web-based version of the magazine. We felt very honored when we were contacted. We were new to the entire concept and process, so it would be great to have feedback. Continue reading
What a perfect way to celebrate our milestone of Living in Spain for Six Months! Continue reading
We hope you enjoy Episode 04 of Wagoner TV. An American family of 4 living in Almuñécar, Spain. This time we are full of fun experiments and science too. The kids even show off how they are doing speaking Spanish. Please leave your comments below and feel free to subscribe to our YouTube Channel (WagonersAbroad).
Well it’s official! This family of self-made expats, on a “Career Break”, left the U.S. six months ago to embark on our Living in Spain adventure. As with anything in life you have a plan and then let it evolve. Our original Plan for Living in Spain isn’t too far off from where we still are, but we would love to delay the last point. We will see how that goes over time. Continue reading
We hope you enjoy our third episode of Wagoner TV. This is filmed in our small Spanish Village of Almuñécar, Spain.
We aren’t always the most creative, but we do have fun making the show. If you have any comments or suggestions of what you would like to see, please comment below or on YouTube.
The kids LOVE to read the comments! Thanks for reading/watching. Experiences are the best gifts ever and will last a lifetime. Enjoy your experiences today. Continue reading
I remember the moment
Just after college, I was working for my Sorority (Alpha Xi Delta) traveling around the U.S. for a little over a year. I was in a new place just about every 2-4 days, with only 2 short trips home during those 14 months. At the time it was fun to see so many new places. Towards the end, it felt grueling and I just wanted to be home. Once the assignment was complete and I returned back home for good, but I always felt this urge to travel. So, I would take a trip somewhere. The more I would travel, the worse it would become. I was bitten by the travel bug! Continue reading
Ok, so we have been away for a few months now and it is time to see where we are with the budget. A huge part of this trip was planning our budget. What can we afford? What kind of lifestyle can we have and for what price? With countless hours of research, and the help of a few tax calculators prior to departing, we found so many people willing to share their information. This is what helped us plan our Budget for Living Abroad. Continue reading