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”
I often ask the secretary at my school to make photocopies for my classes. Up until recently, I have been using the expression, “¿Puedo tener …. copias porfa?” I thought this was a perfectly reasonable thing to say as puedo means “can I” and tener means “have.” I also use this expression while eating outContinue reading “USEFUL PHRASES FOR ORDERING IN SPANISH”
One of (if not my favorite) parts of traveling to new places is trying the food. I spent the *puente in Portugal, discovering Lisbon and Porto. This trip was super exciting for me because it was my first time abroad in a country other than Spain. As Portugal is Spain’s next door neighbor, I amContinue reading “MUST TRY FOOD IN PORTUGAL”
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