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  • As many of us can confirm, adjusting to life in a foreign country is no picnic. Yet, it sometimes gets even harder when you return to the UK after immersion in a completely different culture and have to try and adjust back to the way life was before… Here is our list of 30 clear giveaways that you’re suffering from reverse culture shock and struggling to shake off those (e)spanish habits!


    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • Lauren Stevens is studying International Development Studies and Spanish at the University of Chester. For her year abroad, she spent 9 months in Melilla: 8 months working as an English Language Assistant and one month travelling. You can read all about her adventures on her blog. This is her insider guide to Melilla, covering everything from where to register as a resident to the best way to fend off mosquitoes... 


    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • Georgina is a student at the University of Kent and is spending her year abroad studying Sociology in Granada, Spain. Here are the five stages of grief according to her experiences in Spanish lectures at university in Granada.

    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Vigo (Volume 3)

    Monday, 25 November 2013

    Joss is studying Hispanic Studies at the University of Sheffield, and is spending the whole of his year abroad in Vigo, Galicia, where he is a Language Assistant. Here is his insider guide to surviving in the city - getting there, finding somewhere to live, eating and drinking, admin and ten things he wishes he'd known before he arrived in Vigo.

    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • How I finally got my N.I.E.

    Monday, 21 October 2013

    The N.I.E. is the Número de Identidad Extranjero - Foreign Identity Number to you and me. I was aware I would have to get something like this in order to do things like open a bank account, and to legally be here for more than 90 days. The problem is, it seems that every avenue of finding out about the process of it is absolutely shambolic - it infuriated me that nobody seemed to know exactly what needed to be done, despite telling me things as if they did. I will write how I got mine, and hopefully it will be of a more reliable source for those of you who need to get it and haven't, having actually done the process yesterday.

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