"Echarse a andar" recounts my experiences as an American living in Galicia, and then the Basque Country, with an emphasis on cultural and linguistic... [Hits: 25 - Added: 16-02-12]http://echarseaandar.blogspot.com/
An expat blog about the ins and outs of living in Euskadi, which may or may not be Spain. [Hits: 29 - Added: 29-03-12]http://www.lizenespana.com/
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What can I say? It rains a lot in Pamplona, so I have a lot of time to write random things in this place I call blog. Beats watching TV. [Hits: 30 - Added: 26-10-10]http://rainypamplona.blogspot.com
Tim likes to travel. Follow his adventures as he explores the world, and currently, Spain. [Hits: 9 - Added: 01-08-15]http://timlikestotravel.blogspot.com.es
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Travelin' with the TMax
I keep hoping this will all turn out to be a dream. Just a bad dream.Every morning when I wake up, for just a few moments, before I'm truly awake, I forget what's really happening. Life is normal agai... read more
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The Rain in Spain...
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