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Gavin, Malaga

Posted by: Scar on Friday September 29, 2017 (04:24:20)
Gavin
Spain

Who are you?

I am Gavin, a 28 year old from Newcastle, who teaches English in Spain and writes occasional blog posts about my adventures along the way.


Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I originally moved to Australia in 2011 and lived there for almost three years.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Anna, Finestrat

Posted by: Scar on Wednesday August 23, 2017 (08:39:12)
Anna
Spain

Who are you?

Hi my name is Anna and I'm a 27-year-old German girl from Hamburg.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Brooke Herron, Madrid

Posted by: Scar on Tuesday November 22, 2016 (15:42:27)
Brooke Herron
Spain

Who are you?

I’m a Californian, born and raised. I come from a 14 year professional background in the wine industry. I did study abroad in 2005 when I was 25 ( I went to school over many years due to not having enough $ to do it in four years or without loans and aid) in Italy.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Adele de Caso, Murcia

Posted by: scar on Tuesday December 08, 2015 (14:29:12)
Adele & Jaime de Caso
Spain

Who are you?

I am Adele de Caso,and I live with my husband and three children in the Murcia region of Spain. I am an author, success coach and network marketing business owner.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

We first moved to Spain in 2006 just for a 9 month period. We wanted our children to be bilingual. Jaime is half Spanish but he was never taught the language when he was younger.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Ali Meehan, Costa del Sol

Posted by: scar on Friday November 06, 2015 (16:00:20)
Ali Meehan
Spain

Who are you?

My name is Ali Meehan, I live on the Costa del Sol and I am a serial expatiate keen to integrate and enjoy the culture of my wonderful new home country. As the founder of Costa Women, I am a social entrepreneur with the largest social networking community for women living in, or planning on relocating to Spain.

Costa Women won Best of British Social Club by The Telegraph and Expat Stars award from MyCurrencyTransfer.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Kelly McLachlan, Santa Pola

Posted by: Carole on Wednesday November 04, 2015 (13:33:49)
Kelly McLachlan
Spain

My name is Kelly McLachlan. I moved to Spain with my friend to work a season at her uncle's restaurant back in 2003. It was only supposed to be for one summer and I'm still here...12 years later. The work was already there and we literally packed for just the summer. We were to move into the flat that her uncle owned for staff, so we were lucky that accommodation was taken care of for us.

We were in a predominantly expat area on an urbanization and had a LOT of Brits as neighbours. They were a friendly bunch, we all helped each other out as we were all in the same boat, so to speak.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Anne Pinder, Madrid

Posted by: Carole on Saturday February 07, 2015 (20:51:48)
Anne Pinder
Spain

Who are you?

My name is Anne Pinder, originally from central Iowa (USA), but after more than half my life in Madrid at least partly Spanish. I love hiking, cycling, reading and discovering new places.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

My first trip to Spain was a study abroad program. I came back in 1978, never knowing I’d stay for more than thirty years!

What challenges did you face during the move?    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Cat Gaa, Seville

Posted by: Carole on Saturday March 01, 2014 (22:44:24)
Cat Gaa
Spain

Who are you?

My name is Cat Gaa, and I'm a Chicagoan who moved to Seville, Spain. I'm a Jill-of-all-Trades: I teach, I write, I translate and I'm working on setting up a business!

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I finished university in 2007 and wanted to move abroad for a year to improve my Spanish and travel. I had previously studied abroad, but didn't get everything out of it that I wanted. I applied to a work exchange program for teachers and was placed in a school 15 kilometers west of Seville. I've been living and working here since.    more ...


Spain > Expat Experiences

Spain

Elle Draper, Almeria

Posted by: Carole on Monday February 17, 2014 (04:54:10)
Elle Draper
Spain

Who are you?

My name is Elle Draper, and I live in a little converted farmhouse on the side of a valley in Almeria, in Andalucia - Southern Spain. I live here with my partner, Alan, and our three very enthusiastic rescue dogs These are Guido (Chief of Security / G Unit), a Beagador. Pepper (Big Face / Big Black Bear), a Labrador, and Billy (Billster / Ginger / Benjamin Button), a boxer.

Originally I hail from Southsea, Hampshire although I was actually born in York. Together with Alan, I provide web design, online marketing and search engine optimisation services (getting sites to number one in Google for example).    more ...


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Spain

Molly Sears-Piccavey, Granada

Posted by: Carole on Saturday February 08, 2014 (04:15:03)
Molly Sears-Piccavey
Spain

Who are you?

I was born in a Nottinghamshire village in England. I work in the technology sector and in my spare time I enjoy blogging, tweeting and reading.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I moved to Spain in May 1998. First I lived in Barcelona for many years and then in 2006 I moved to Granada, Andalusia.

What challenges did you face during the move?

The initial move from UK to Barcelona was not too traumatic as I had the support of a local Barcelona family who I already knew.    more ...