A TEFL is probably something which you’ve never considered doing before so this blog will hopefully serve to convince you to consider it. For those who are unaware, a TEFL is a Teaching English as a Foreign Language course which provides you with a certificate which allows you to teach English to non-English speakers. I […]Read more "Why You Should Do A TEFL Course"
Welcome back to Seville Series, the series in which I highlight my favourite places to go and to eat in Seville. As my time in Seville is nearing to a close (which pains me to say), I wanted to write a couple more of these before I leave as to remember this incredible city. I […]Read more "Seville Series / Parque de María Luisa"
Finally, I went to Madrid! This city has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. I was continually put off by how expensive it was to actually get there from Seville, it’s about 120€ on the train and about the same to fly. But, last week, I bit the bullet […]Read more "Madrid / A Weekend In The Capital"
It’s Feria week in Sevilla and it would have been incredibly rude if I didn’t pay it a visit or two, especially considering it’s very close to my house too. This is a week long (well, actually 9 days long this year) fair. Starting back in 1847 as a livestock fair, it has since changed a […]Read more "Seville Series / La Feria"
“Taking care of yourself doesn’t mean me first, it means me too.” My mum always says to me “With every high, always comes a low” and she’s so right. When you experience a duration of life which is non-stop fun, there will naturally come a time when you’re sat in my bedroom not feeling your […]Read more "The Importance of Self-Care"
Semana Santa was celebrated last week here in Spain meaning I had a week off work which was the perfect opportunity to do a little bit more travelling. Before heading back to England for 6 days, I took a short but lovely trip to Cantabria on the north coast of Spain. After spending so long in […]Read more "Cantabria / An Unknown Beauty"
Erasmus years are sold as complete linguistic immersion, which is 100% what they are: a year spent studying or working in at least one foreign country. It’s supposed to be your time to perfect your language/s all whilst having one of the best years of your life. But does this actually happen? Let’s look at the […]Read more "ERASMUS / How to make the most of it and does it really help?"