Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Weekend

Suffice it to say that they drink a lot of wine here. Well…maybe it’s just that my friends drink a lot of wine, so that isn’t so much specific to Spain as it is to me? And maybe it’s not … Continue reading

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La Comida

Seeing as though it’s the most important meal of the day, I thought it deserved its own post. The meal schedule in Spain is one of the biggest things I had to adjust to when I arrived for the semester … Continue reading

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A Little Road Trip. And some thoughts about learning Spanish…

Today we took a little drive. I think I mentioned that C’s aunt and uncle went out of town yesterday…well, they got there and his aunt realized she forgot her purse. Turns out it would have cost more than 100 … Continue reading

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And yet, one more step…

Back to what I was saying about it being a good thing C knows everything we need to do? Yeah, I somehow skipped over this step. SO, this morning we went back over to the Ayuntamiento and picked up the … Continue reading

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Fascinating Facts About Where I Live

So over coffee yesterday morning, I was asking C some of the questions I had been asked before I was leaving (and did not necessarily know the answers to), specifically about Geography and things like that. Just to get your … Continue reading

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Continuing the Process (and our trip to Madrid…)

And after a busy three days, we’re back from Madrid. Turns out (thankfully C has this all mapped out because I keep finding myself a wee bit clueless on this stuff) that the trip to the embassy was to get … Continue reading

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The Process of Becoming Official

Yesterday we took the first step in making me official! It’s a multi-step process involving several trips to embassies and the local government offices, but the first part is to get my certificado de padronamiento. Basically, this just says I … Continue reading

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