It’s so refreshing to have a positive view of Spain!

Sangria - another very refreshing thing about Spain!

I love these two pieces about Spain. One is a short video by Grant Thornton which is easy to watch, fun, interesting, and may change your opinion about what Spain has achieved in the way of global business and its potential. Its only 5 minutes: VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKAZO6RE7LU The other is a report that Morgan StanleyContinue reading

Writers and Bloggers About Spain

Bloggers About Spain

Here is a list of some of my favorite writers and bloggers about Spain. There is a wealth of information and entertainment here for English speakers living in Spain or thinking of moving to Spain. Many of these people are known to me personally. Many are people who have spent a long time in Spain.TheyContinue reading

What is Great About Living in Spain?

Best things about living in Spain

Graham Hunt (who does everything at Valencia Property) posed a question on the Facebook group “Writers and Bloggers about Spain”. He asked us What is Great About Living In Spain. The answers came thick and fast and it was refreshing to be able to remind ourselves why we all here. There were plenty of commentsContinue reading

Viva la Spanish Comida

Spanish Lifestyle at Eco Vida

Coming to Granada in Spain to do my internship at Eco Vida International, is my first time living in Spain and I didn’t know what to expect of the Spanish lifestyle. Coming from Denmark where you have breakfast in the morning, lunch at 12, and dinner at 18, it was quite a surprise to experienceContinue reading

Día de la Cruz

spanish fiesta

After the emotional Semana Santa with all its seriousness, passion, sadness, and finally forgiveness, the Spanish quickly move on Día de la Cruz (Day of the Cross). Despite the name, it’s one of the few fiestas that doesn’t have a close religious connection. It takes place on the 3rd of May, where crosses are putContinue reading

Semana Santa

easter in spain

Most people come to Spain to enjoy the weather and the beaches. However, the country has so much more to offer. No matter what time of year you find yourself on Spanish ground there will be one event or another. One exceptionally interesting experience is Easter or Semana Santa – the Holy week. While EasterContinue reading