Read about my Insider’s Abroad interview and help me expand my Los Angeles Bucket List.
Did you miss me? I thought so. Anyway, I would like to continue writing about my Fallas experience and focus more on the events that happen during the week. (For those of you that don’t care, sorry. Too many people have messaged me asking me to write this; therefore, I must.)
A couple weeks ago, an incredible event happened in Valencia, Spain called Fallas. Honestly, I could write an entire book about this event, but nothing I could say could measure up to what it would be like if you were actually here experiencing it for yourself. Nevertheless, I will attempt to explain to you the […]
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More Americans in Spain?! The madness!
This Christmas was bound to be different.
Christmas trees, cookies, cards and Rudolph. What more could you ask for?
There are very few holidays that I think of American. Honestly, before this year, I never even differentiated holidays based on cultures. However, as I sit here in Starbucks on Thanksgiving, I now realize some holidays are only important if you make them important.
When you don’t think about it, language seems like such a small thing. I mean, we don’t even realize it is difficult until we try to communicate with someone in another language. This very small aspect of our lives can be a huge separation.
Valencia has way too many holidays to keep track of all of them. It feels like you could celebrate something everyday if you wanted to. Despite the chaos of holidays, this weekend is a pretty large Valencian holiday. So, we started this holiday weekend off correctly with tapas, fireworks and friends.