Welcome back to Wagoners Abroad Adults learning Subjunctive Spanish! Heidi and I have been off learning about a new “mode” that is used when speaking Spanish. It was a 3-day workshop, and the TL;DR is that we had a good time, and learned a lot.
Expat in Spain
We are now in our 8th month and it’s time to provide you an overview/summary of our Budget in Spain and our actual spend this Quarter. This post happens to cover months five, six and seven or Quarter 1 of 2013.
Continued from A Day Trip To Gibraltar – Part I In the last post, we had just arrived in Gibraltar. Getting in was very easy, and not too time consuming. Now we were on our way to the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. Getting around a (less than) 3 square kilometers was pretty easy, and we
We were expecting to take a trip to Gibraltar as a joint anniversary present (16 years) in March, but an unexpected holiday gave us a four-day weekend. The holiday in question is Día de Andalucía (Andalusia Day). This important date, February 28th, commemorates the date when Andalusia was made an Autonomous Community in Spain some 33
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
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
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
Of all the places to see in Paris, what is a must? Well, if you’re like our daughter, it’s the Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel). Even before we moved to Spain, she was talking about how she wanted to go to France, and visit the Eiffel Tower. As you know, we spent the Christmas holiday in