It has been a crazy few weeks! We came back to Spain, tried to extend our EU visas, failed, and I’m now writing this blog from Ireland. Here’s what happened: We arrived back in Spain on January 2 and dealt with pretty severe jet lag for a few days then hit the ground running. We knew that our Schengen Visa would run out in late … Continue reading Visas and New Adventures
9:30am Spain / 3:30am EST / 1:30am MST – Wake up, get dressed, and work out with the husband – usually we go for a run around the city (so many stairs and hills!!) or a Barre3 class online if it’s chilly. 10:30am Spain / 4:30am EST / 2:30am MST – Breakfast at a local spot. We almost always end up at a bakery called … Continue reading A day in the life: working East Coast hours for a Denver-based company from Spain
What a journey! We left Amarillo at 2:20pm on Sunday, flew to DFW and were supposed to have a 2 hour layover before our 9.5 hour flight to Madrid. They discovered a problem with the plane (which we are grateful that they found it there!) and we had to switch gates several times, including 2 terminal changes, at DFW before they found a plane capable of … Continue reading We made it!! (and we love it!)
We’re catching a flight to Spain this afternoon!! We are going to try not to overwhelm facebook with posts about our trip so if you would like to follow our adventures, you can subscribe to Gil’s videos by clicking the link below and clicking the red “subscribe” button in the bottom right portion of the header. Once you have subscribed, Youtube should send you an … Continue reading And we’re off!!
Since we will be working from home, we are able to choose the city we will live in. That’s a pretty daunting task for people who have never even been to the country before. We started by researching dialects and found that the Spanish spoken in Andalucía is the most similar to the Latin American dialects prevalent in the States. So we had narrowed it … Continue reading Choosing a corner of the world to call home
Obtaining a visa to spend more than 90 days in Spain is no small feat. We had no real idea of what would be required of us in moving to Spain and just recently started doing research. We knew that US Passport holders don’t need a visa to enter the EU but found out that they cannot stay more than 90 days in a 180 day period, … Continue reading Attempting to legally live in Spain