• Houses, homeworks and packing
  • Warm Days, Easter and Celebrations
  • Boutique Hotel In Valencia: Our Weekend At Caro Hotel
  • Café del Duende: Flamenco In Valencia
  • Fallas: From Penguins, Sponge Bob to R2D2
  • My upcoming trip to the UK
  • RECIPE: Scrambled Eggs with Spinach and Jamón Serrano
  • Liebster Award: Discover New Bloggers
  • Introducing Our Ninot for the Fallas
  • Chess In Spanish Schools

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Houses, homeworks and packing

Houses Homework and Packing

A few days ago I updated you about what’s been going on lately about our house moving plans. I’m glad that I mentioned it because as if, by magic, we have been contacted by one of the properties that we really like! Hallelujah! At last! Somewhere that my husband and I agree on. It’s not far from where we are now. The house is energy

Warm Days, Easter and Celebrations


Most of you will be on Easter holidays now, I hope you’re enjoying your break! My boys broke up from school on Wednesday, so we’ve had a relaxed end to the week. Now that Spring is well underway, at least we can look forward to warmer months and, of course, the summer holidays! Life has gone back to normality since my in-laws left for England

Boutique Hotel In Valencia: Our Weekend At Caro Hotel

Boutique Hotel In Valencia

The more I visit Valencia the more I fall in love with the place, so it was no brainer when my husband and I decided to take another weekend break just 30 minutes drive from our home. I tend to visit the city often, but not to sightsee, I guess I forget to appreciate it now that it’s been my home for nearly three years.

Café del Duende: Flamenco In Valencia


Over the weekend, we found ourselves child-free, thanks to my in-laws who came to visit last week from the UK. They kindly offered to take the children off our hands so that my husband and I can spend a little alone time together. ;) We didn’t waste any time organising what we wanted to do, which was to spend the weekend in the city. Check

Fallas: From Penguins, Sponge Bob to R2D2


There is no easy way to say this but, after all, our hard work, on Monday our ninot did not make it out of the cremá. This year we had another good turn out at school, as expected parents and children created and delivered great artwork on the theme of film and music. You can see from this colourful pile of art just how much

My upcoming trip to the UK

My upcoming trip to the UK

Excited! The first word that comes into my mind! I have finally organised my trip back to the UK for next month! Flights and hotels are booked the only thing left to do now is to look forward to seeing my much-missed family and friends! This trip will also be a little break for me, sin hijos and all! How I treasure these little breaks

RECIPE: Scrambled Eggs with Spinach and Jamón Serrano

Scrambled Eggs with Spinach and Jamon Serrano

It’s been a while since I shared a quick recipe with you, so I want to share something that’s really easy to make and one of my favourite tradional Spanish breakfast – scrambled eggs with spinach and jamón serrano (revuelto con espinaca y jamón). My husband prefers this to be served in a bocadillo, but I find it far too heavy to be eaten with

Liebster Award: Discover New Bloggers

Liebster Award Discover New Blogs

Thank you to Linda for tagging me on this quite funky Liebster Award – you’re a star! I’ve only met Linda a few weeks ago through blogosphere and so far she’s come across to be a really lovely person and I always look forward to reading her latest finds and thoughts. An expat like myself, Linda left Holland and transplanted herself in the beautiful city

Introducing Our Ninot for the Fallas


These past few days I’ve been occupied with my youngest sons school project. Every year, the kids are asked to create a ninot for the cremá. This years theme is about films and music, and every year the students deliver impressive creations to celebrate the end of Fallas. The kids (parents) are given two weeks to create something amazing! To be honest, I think it’s

Chess In Spanish Schools


When you think about education, the first thing that comes to mind is probably not playing a game. However, some games are designed to increase a child’s learning potential. One such game is the thought provoking and strategic game of chess. My 7 year-old have recently started to play chess at school as a part of a new scheme introduced by the European Parliament to

Things I Do When My Husband Is Away

Things I do when my husband is away

My husband doesn’t go away often, but once in a while his job requires him to travel to the U.S for a week or so. Having been together for 13 years and working constantly with each other all day everyday, meaning that since we got together, we’ve not been apart for too long. Unless of course he has to go away on business trips or

Fireworks & Paellas

Fireworks and Paellas

This week has gone far too quick. I can’t believe that it’s already been a 7 days since our trip to Barcelona. Now, here I am again getting the usual things sorted for school tomorrow. I really need an extra day just to recover from the weekend! The boys have been good, we didn’t have too many issues, apart from the usual stuff. They haven’t

Why Going To The Fallas In Valencia Should Be On Your Bucket List

Fallas in Valencia

So, it’s that time of year again, as the days get longer and the weather gets warmer there is no mistaking that Spring and the Fallas festival is just around the corner. If I was to describe the Fallas in Valencia to anyone who has not experienced it before I would say that it’s probably the noisiest and the most creative fiesta in Spain! Every

Fire Safety and Comfortable Living In Spain

Living in Spain

We have already spent a few years here in Spain, I believe we are safe to say that this is the place where we want to settle down. Looking back, it doesn’t seem that long ago, when we first arrived and had to learn everything from scratch. Now the boys are happy, fluent and finally, we feel that this is the right time to move