Spain is a country that loves to party, and there are plenty of festivals and events each year that cater to having fun.
Here are 9 of the biggest festival parties that take place in Spain each year.
You may never have heard or read the letters R-T-W before. If you don’t know their meaning, that’s all right. If you do know their meaning and have contemplated taking one, then you have come to the right place.
If you are a travel lover, an adventurer, or are questioning what it is you really want out of life, then maybe it’s time you find out what those three little letters mean, and why it is that you should consider taking a Round The World trip of your own.
Hostels are great places to cultivate friendships and share your experiences abroad. It’s just a shame you can’t always choose your neighbors. No matter where you are, you’ll yearn to be any place else. Meet the 10 people you never want to find sleeping above or below your bed.
Maybe after several years of cubicle-shackled service you were handed a pink slip; maybe you left your job because you loved it so much it was beginning to dominate your life. Regardless of why, you’ve come to a realization – you want to travel, and you want to earn money while you do it. You have options.
There’s one universal truth about travelers: We all want to get the biggest bang for our getaway buck. After all, isn’t a dollar saved on a bargain flight or on-sale hotel room one more that we can spend on meals, tours and other experiences once we arrive?
Finding (mostly) free resources, setting your iPhone settings español and hooking up with native Spanish-speakers are just a few of Lukas Gohl’s recommendations for Spanish students.
IT KILLS ME me when I meet other gringos here in Chile who have their Bachelor’s degrees in Spanish, but still struggle with conversation.Spanish is one of the fastest-spreading languages in the world and is often listed as among the easiest for English speakers to learn. With this in mind, why aren’t there more people fluent in Spanish?
In a Baskin Robbins in South Korea, I once met an American couple who were new to the country.
They were teaching together, living together, and spending all their time together. I had given them a simple Fellow Foreigner Nod, but they waved me to their table and hit me with an outpour of pent-up observations and questions and stories. We had fun, despite the weird “thank God there’s someone new” vibe.