Today’s interview is with John, a British expat who is living in Spain. My wife, Sue, and I sold up in the UK and moved here to the north of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, in 2013 after she retired. I continued to run my business remotely from here for a couple of years before closing it in early 2015.
Today’s interview is with Kate, American expat who is living in Spain. People say don’t fall in love when you go abroad because you won’t come back…and based on my experience, they’re totally right. After graduating from college with a communications degree I headed to Spain for a teaching exchange program. The plan was to learn some Spanish, do a bit of traveling, enjoy the famous fiestas of Andalusia, and then go home and get a real job.
Today’s interview is with Brett, an Australian expat who is living in Spain. Brett is the the author of “The Remade Parent (Why We are Losing Our Children & How We Can Get Them Back.”). He is a parent (and was a secondary school teacher for 15 years.) Brett is a regular commentator on Spain’s social and cultural life for Australia’s ABC Radio and is a columnist and reviewer for Catalonia Today magazine.
Today’s interview is with Kim, a Canadian expat who is living in Spain. She hails from a small town in the Rocky Mountains in Canada. Although she loved the fresh mountain air and stunning scenery that surrounded her, she got the travelling bug at an early age. After finishing her studies, she headed off to Africa for her first solo trip and eventually wound up in Spain to live.
Today’s interview is with Kate, a British expat who is living in Spain. Kate Boyle is an English author who spent several years living and teaching English in Madrid. She quickly fell in love with the city and now considers it a home away from home. Read our review of her debut novel, Happy as a Partridge.