Yes I know what you're thinking... 'Hun you have only been there 2 months, don't pretend like you already know everything'. This may be the case, but I wish I had something like this to read when I was going through the process! So if by some chance you want to move to Spain and … Continue reading Becoming an Auxiliar de Conversación in Spain
I've been living in Madrid for about 6 weeks now, that's 6 weeks of having to fend for myself, it's a lot harder than it looks. Having lived a very easy life at home with my parents for 21 years, it is now time to be an 'adult'. I am definitely not an adult, I … Continue reading Being an Adult?
I’ve been here nearly 3 weeks now, although it doesn’t exactly feel like it’s gone fast, because I have done so much, and it feel likes I left New Zealand so long ago. So in 3 weeks I’ve managed to find a flat and move in, as well as find a new flat to move … Continue reading Settling In
I have now finished 1 week of this extremely rigorous job.. I only work 4 days a week and only 16 hours, it's a bit of a joke really. So I'm looking for some extra tutoring work, which is so easy to come across! But, I'm waiting until I am in a permanent apartment near … Continue reading First Week of ‘Work’
Where to start... It's been a very full on 4 days! I really didn't realise how crazy I was until I was talking to some friends I met in the hostel, and they put it into perspective.. I moved to the other side of the world knowing nobody, with nowhere to live and not being … Continue reading Arrival in Madrid
So I'm not actually moving until the end of September, but I recently received confirmation about which school I will be working at and the area I will be living in.I will be teaching at a bilingual school called CEIP Valvanera. The children will be aged 3-12, I am so excited because it is all … Continue reading Auckland —> Madrid