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Y Mucho Más%u2014An American Girl in Spain

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added on 05/09/2012 by: kalhendr
Hi! My name is Kaley, and%u2014yes%u2014I%u2019m an American girl living in Spain. I started this blog as a way to keep up with my family back home in Indiana, when I moved to Salamanca, Spain back in 2009. I kept it up for the 2010%u20132011 school year when I was working as an English teacher in Zamora, Spain, regaling you with humorous anecdotes from my 200 high school students studying English. I came to Spain to learn Spanish. I stayed because of a boy %u2026 We got married on July 7, 2012, and we're currently living in Madrid!
 tags: Food, Madrid, Spain, Spanish, Travel
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Spanish Old Wives’ Tales (And Their Veracity)  Posted on 12/11/2014
I’m on a bit of a blogging break, ever since my laptop decided to go belly up on me without any prior warning. The audacity of it all! Really, we shared so much: that time when I vacuumed a key up and had to search desperately in the...
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How I Write Blog Posts  Posted on 11/14/2014
A while ago—emmm, okay, almost a month ago—fellow Spain blogger (and in-real-life friend!) Trevor Huxham tagged me in a blog meme about how I write my blog. I wanted to write right away, but I got caught up in traveling and...
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Playa del Silencio  Posted on 11/12/2014
Where the roar of the Cantabrian sea becomes a lullaby, where the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks soothes you into silence. Time seems to stand still. The Playa del Silencio, with its cliffs and islands, is still relatively...
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Hotel Posada del Valle in Asturias, Spain  Posted on 11/07/2014
Recently we went to Asturias, and we were looking for somewhere to stay. I found this hotel by happenstance, as someone tweeted a link to a New York Times article about it. They said it was like you were living in a cloud, and I thought,...
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Taking the GRE in Madrid  Posted on 10/30/2014
Or How I Took the GRE So You Don’t Have To Wait … that’s not how it works, is it? Oh well. Yesterday I took the GRE in Madrid. Apparently this is a topic of some interest for fellow expats in Madrid, because I’ve...
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The Curious Case of Francisco Nicolás  Posted on 10/28/2014
Imagine a twenty year-old kid, a kid from some small town in the Midwest, say. Say that he’s studying at Georgetown University Imagine this kid has grandiose visions of himself. And so he finds a way to pretend he’s a...
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So You’re Dating a Spaniard—Ashley  Posted on 10/20/2014
So today we have something a little bit different … A Canadian dating a Spaniard! A bit of a change from all of us Americans who just love our Spaniards, but I think we’ll accept her into the group. I’m Ashley, a 23...
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The Shame In Spain  Posted on 10/13/2014
“Es una vergüenza…”, “Así nos va”, “Normal, este país” Last week, a nurse in Spain became the first person to catch ebola outside of Africa. Scary? Maybe. A cause for extra...
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So You’re Dating a Spaniard—Madison  Posted on 10/06/2014
Madison sent in her interview a while ago, so I apologize to her that I’m just getting around to publishing it! Sometimes I even forget about this blog for a little while. Crazy, huh? Anyway, let’s let her introduce herself: My...
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    Ween 19 December 2013 11:38:52

    Hi kalhendr.... nice reading your blog.. feels like i am finding a story in life.. hehe..

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