My first time in Africa started rather miserably, I was vomiting in various spots around Madrid on my way to the meeting point before when embarked on what seemed like an eternal journey in bus prison. I decided to do the trip through Be Madrid, which I highly reccommend, as everything is already organised for … Continue reading New country, new continent
Everyone has bad days, and social media does not portray this. This may be an unpopular opinion and look like I'm jumping on the whole 'social media is not real life' bandwagon, but that is not the case. I love Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook, but the reality is, that what I and most other people … Continue reading It’s not always sunshine and rainbows
The writings of a guiri living in Madrid So, what's a guiri may be your first question. It's a Spanish slang word for foreigner, and I am a prime example of this. A blonde girl living in a very Spanish barrio (neighbourhood). I'm hoping that most people reading this have watched Little Britain and can … Continue reading The Only Blonde in the Barrio
Flash back to October, I had just arrived in Spain and it suddenly dawned on me that I would be by myself for Christmas. After doing some browsing, I came across a Topdeck tour to Amsterdam for four days over Christmas, so I thought why not. Best decision ever. I honestly had the best Christmas, with … Continue reading Christmas in Amsterdam
I know, how cliche, a post on January 1st reflecting on my year. But come on, this is a white girl's travel blog, what did you expect? I've had quite the year though. With break ups and make ups, copious amounts of alcohol, new countries, new friends and of course failing at my 2015 resolution, … Continue reading 2015, The Best Year Yet
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?