Sightseeing can be a wonderful thing but to really get to know a place you need to dive into the culture, get to know the locals, learn a bit about its history, experience daily life in the place. … More South of France Part 2: Practicing the lingo
A trip from the town in Spain I call home, overland through France to the Channel, and on to England … More Summer travels
In the end, the TCK lives between worlds. Loving where they’re at and missing where they’re not. … More When you don’t belong in your passport country
Most TCK’s are highly versed in goodbyes. When it’s not a good friend who is leaving, it’s you who’s moving away. … More Goodbyes are hard
It felt like being in an oven with the hairdryer on. … More Midsummer nights in Seville
I have been fortunate enough to grow up bilingually, speaking fluently in both English and Spanish. But it would have never been possible if it hadn’t been for the efforts my parents made to teach me their language and culture as well as the one I was growing up in. … More 5 reasons to raise bilingual kids
A mix of cultures, a splash of different languages and a pinch of laughter might just be enough to make you feel at home.
From the middle of the crowd the chanting begins and is echoed by those nearby, spreading throughout the plaza. As if one voice the call goes out and repeats the now famous line over and over:
-¡Sí se puede! ¡Sí se puede! ¡Sí se puede! … More Podemos and the upcoming general election in Spain
What is a guiri? And how to know if you are one. … More Being “guiri” in a city that feels like home
From “Where are you from?” to “Where are you a local?”. Changing the questions in a global and multicultural world. … More Where are you local?