Munchies Monday: Sumosan Sushi in Madrid
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Munchies Monday: Sumosan Sushi in Madrid

Spanish food isn’t my favourite, particularly the kind that is made in Madrid. On the bright side, Madrid offers an array of amazing cuisine, particularly of the Japanese variety. The amount of Japanese restaurants to be found around Madrid is incredible, and often cheaper than one would expect! As a result of that, I’ve had … Continue reading

Carnaval in Cadiz: The Pros and Cons of Group Travel
Adventure / Andalusia / Blog / Europe / Spain / Thoughts / Travel

Carnaval in Cadiz: The Pros and Cons of Group Travel

This past weekend, I embarked on an extremely last-minute trip to Cadiz. I’ve been to the small southern town before, although that was at a very different time of the year. This time around, it wasn’t hot, but there were still plenty of people out on the streets all day. The occasion? ‘Carnaval’. Carnaval in … Continue reading

At the Point: Of No Longer Feeling Foreign
Blog / Madrid / Spain / Thoughts

At the Point: Of No Longer Feeling Foreign

There’s nothing more mind-boggling, gratifying, and empowering than suddenly coming to the realization that you no longer feel like a foreigner in your foreign country of choice. While I’ve gone through several stages of feeling too comfortable in Spain, it’s finally dawned on me that while I know I’m not from here, it doesn’t even … Continue reading

How To: Be the Cool and Confusing English Assistant
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How To: Be the Cool and Confusing English Assistant

I’ve always been a bit of an odd case – a cross between the serious, debating, thoughtful type, and the goofy, ridiculous, and childishly curious type. It’s extremely hard to embarrass me, which might be why I’ve come to find that working as an English teacher/assistant with primary students has been the perfect fit for … Continue reading