I adapted this idea from teach-this.com School starts next week for me, and I have been looking for fun/creative ways to introduce myself to the class (or rather reintroduce myself.) Because it is my second year at the same school, I do not want to reuse my first day of school powerpoint that all ofContinue reading “ESL FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL ACTIVITY”
In December, my family visited me in Spain. We had plans to spend Christmas in Seville, but catching COVID ruined those plans for me. Months after my family visited Seville without me, I finally made it! Below, I will detail my trip, and make budget-friendly recommendations for all my fellow solo travelers: WHERE TO STAYContinue reading “SEVILLE ON A BUDGET”
Working in a Spanish secondary school definitely has its perks. Last week, I went with my 3 ESO students on their field trip to the Caminito del Rey. What is it? “Caminito del Rey” translates to “The King’s little path.” This route was about a 2 hour walk on elevated platforms through the Gaitanes CanonContinue reading “CAMINITO DEL REY”
In the beginning of March, I had some time off for Semana Blanca, so I headed to Austria with my friend Abby. This trip was the result of a sky scanner search for cheap flights back in January. You bet I listened to Billy Joel’s Vienna on repeat during the trip. For four days, AbbyContinue reading “4 DAY VIENNA ITINERARY FOR THE YOUNG TRAVELER”
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