A review of 18 bars in Barcelona! Very, very late to post this, but #YOGOL: You only get one liver. (Don’t worry, I stick with quality over quantity when it comes to my drinks.)
You said: There’s a lot of places out there, friend, so you would go, smuggling a suitcase of words across every border carved by the heel of mapmakers or conquerors, because you had an all-night conversation with the world Martín Espada, “You Got a Song, Man” Happy National Poetry Month!
My first impressions of my new home, Saigon, Vietnam. Of course, first impressions are subject to change, which is why I want to get them down while they are untainted. One day I’m going to figure out this city, but today is not that day.
I have accepted a 12-month contract to teach English in District 5 of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam! I will be leaving at the end of February. This video shows a peek at the craziness and beauty of the city I will live in and the insane traffic that is simply part of …
“Dale la vuelta a la tortilla.”
Literally, the expression means to turn the omelet—always easier said than done.
Jamón is a way of life, not just the quintessential Spanish food.
My new bite-sized series, A Moveable Feast, will feature anecdotes and lessons learned from my favorite Spanish foods. The first features pan con tomate, which is as delicious as it is simple to prepare.
If you, Barcelona, could be all those things and more, couldn’t I?
It doesn’t matter if I’m in California, Spain, or Argentina, you can learn English with me from the comfort of your home! http://www.italki.com/teacher/1644742?ref=1644742x
I wheeled with the stars, my heart broke loose on the wind.
Travel the world while your eyes are as big as saucers, while you aren’t disillusioned by the disappointments in life, while you find beauty in the smallest of things.