Category: Madrid Times

Aprender una Lengua

Mi estilo de aprendizaje es…raro…tal vez no raro, pero no lo se palabra de correcto. Interpreta ‘raro’ como quiere. Investigo en la internet, muchos pagina web, blogs y a veces videos. En la momento, estoy leyendo sobre aprendizaje de idiomas. Me gustaría aprender y hablar varios idiomas, pero es requiere mucha capacidad intelectual y tomar el camino mas fácil hacia… Read more →

Experience.

I had the greatest honour and opportunity to live in Spain for a year. It was true to the word experience. I don’t often speak of it, references here and there, people often forget I went just because I don’t talk about it. It’s not because I am hiding it, in fact I am very proud, I lived a year… Read more →

Primark in Madrid

Not the best of photos that I have taken, but nevertheless, it serves its purpose. Going into a country where very little of the population choose to speak English, and have their own ways and customs (which I endorse fully), going there as an Expat, I was dead excited to see something so familiar. Even if they employ child labourers,… Read more →

12.08.2011

I distinctly remember feeling homesick, over a month living in a country where there was very little that reminded me of home. Fast Food, Horrible Weather, British People. All that came together in one evening. 12.08.2011. That was the day it happened. Whatever I felt in the way of homesick-ness disappeared once this evening had passed. Let me explain. This… Read more →

Dulce de Leche

Es una poca cosas en vida, que me recuerdan de mi tiempo en Espana. Por Ejemplo, hoy, fui en el restaurante y por postre que tenia ‘tarta una queso.’ Fue fantástico. Pero que recuerdan me de Espana hace dulce de leche. Hay una…como se dice…no puedo describir. Es una español cosa. Hay una heladería en Gran Via que solia comprar… Read more →