Do you see that? Do you hear that? It’s a pretty cosy sound when you’re indoors under a blanket, sipping some tea and reading a book. I like it quite a lot for an afternoon, maybe two. But for a whole week straight? I think there was literally one morning with good weather last week. I immediately went for a walk and saw this really cool rainbow (photo is below). Other than that, it was grey and rainy, like the video above. Supposedly this is pretty normal weather here, so I’m curious how many entries there will be on the blog in the future with the same title ‘rainy days’… Read more »
My last Spain update was a little emigration vlog, so it’s been a while since I gave a proper update. In Mi Vida en España #2 I told you that my goal was to beat Ryan on Duolingo and that I’d keep you updated on this. All of a sudden it was not only Ryan; in the middle of the week Elisabeth appeared out of nowhere. No idea where she came from, but she was very motivated too. It took a lot of Duolingo-time, but… I did it. In the end of the week I was in first place of the Diamond League!
Okay, so now we have got that out of the way, we can get into the real updates. I registered myself in the city hall and I applied for a NIE-number. Read more »
Today in the ‘Mi Vida en España’ series: my first emigration to Galicia vlog! When the weather is good, I like to explore the area and enjoy the nature. This first emigration vlog captured exactly that, footage of the nature around.
Creating a video is something that I’ve wanted to do for so long! It’s even on my Day Zero Project list of goals. I had a lot of fun shooting these clips and editing them together. I want to learn working with Adobe Premiere Pro and this is a very fun way to do so. In only one day, I already learned so many new things.
What do you think of this short emigration to Galicia vlog? Should I make more?
I’m already here for more than a week! It’s crazy how time flies and how at the same time I feel like I’ve been here for much longer. During the first week of mi vida en España, the weather was very kind to me. Lots of sunshine and warm temperatures! This could only mean one thing: a lot of exploring and little adventures. Read more »
Let’s continue where I left off last time, shall we? I wrote about the first hurdles of moving abroad during a pandemic, that were mostly because of family circumstances and a little bit because of rescheduled flights. Almost two weeks later than planned, on the lucky day Friday the 13th, I could finally travel (and move) to Spain. It was a very long day, but I was beyond excited to finally be reunited with my boyfriend. Read more »