Spain, Travel

Why You Should Study Abroad

Hi loves! Growing up in good ole Oklahoma, I never imagined that in college I would leave the country for three months to study abroad in Seville, Spain, aka about 5,000 miles away from my home. I have always been a homebody; even moving two hours away from my hometown to go to college was a scary idea for me.…

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Feria de Abril in Seville

Hi loves! A week after the festivities of Feria de Abril in my home away from home in Seville, Spain, and I am so excited to finally tell y’all all about the special festival in my favorite city. Basically, Feria is celebrated two weeks after Semana Santa, aka Holy Week, which means the dates change every year. This year, it was…

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Celebrating Easter In Spain

Hi loves! Yesterday, April 1, 2018, marked a special holiday this year, Easter. This is my first time to celebrate a major holiday like Easter away from my family and in a whole other country than what I am used to. Holidays are celebrated differently all over the world, and Easter, or Pascua in Spanish, in Spain and the United…

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How To Make Torrijas For Semana Santa

Hi loves! This week, my study abroad program, ISA, was kind enough to give us a crash course on Semana Santa. The festivities start on Sunday (aka tomorrow), and I am so excited to see first hand how Spaniards celebrate this special holiday. Preparations have been underway the past week, which has just added to my excitement. It is the calm…

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Spontaneous Moments In Seville

Hi, loves! Do you want to know one of my favorite parts of traveling? It is not the planned out moments, but the little spontaneous and unexpected moments that seem to lead me to memories that I will remember forever. Luckily, I had one of those special moments this weekend with my roommate on my study abroad trip with ISA…

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One Week In Spain

Hi, loves! If you had asked me a year ago if I thought I would ever get the chance to study abroad in Spain, I probably would have laughed. I am a homebody and I would never have imagined that I could thrive in a country that is over 4,000 miles from my family and friends. Today marks a full week…

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