10 Activities You Can’t Miss in Seoul

In 2010 I left Toronto, and everyone I knew, to move halfway around the world and moved to South Korea. Over the next year, when I wasn’t teaching English to Korean school children, I set out to discover what the metropolis had to offer. ...Read More

Intercultural Relationships: Sanchia and Nat

Now more than ever, more people are finding themselves in relationships with people outside their own cultures. As someone in an intercultural relationship, I know how enriching and challenging it can be. I’m curious to find out how others are navigating their own intercultural ...Read More

5 Things You Should Know Before Teaching in Spain

Excited to start your new adventure as a language assistant in the land of vino and jamón? Want to make the adjustment a bit easier? These 5 things you should know before teaching in Spain will help you prepare yourself for the school year ahead. ...Read More

The One When I Totally Fail – Granada Month 2

Happy Autumn! Summer is officially over, but luckily for me it’s still hitting high 20s°C (70sºF) here in Granada. Sad as I am to see the warm temperatures go, I love how autumn makes me feel. It has always signaled a change. First with ...Read More

The Exquisite Plaza de Espana in Seville

I’d seen photos of the Plaza de España in Seville online, but I as turned the corner and caught sight of the magnificent plaza in real life, I admit it nearly took my breath away. I took photo after photo with the hopes of capturing ...Read More

Visiting Dorne: The Palace of House Martell

Last month I took a quick trip to Sevilla, one of the prettiest Spanish cities I’ve ever been to. A highlight for me was visiting “Dorne”, one of the Kingdoms from George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire (more popularly known as ...Read More

Intercultural Relationships: Marcella and Carlos

Now more than ever, more people are finding themselves in intercultural relationships. With the help of the Internet, and the gaining movement of long term traveling and living abroad, it’s no surprise people are dating outside their own cultures. I think it’s wonderful (though ...Read More