If you are thinking of moving to Spain with your family, here is some information about school systems and how to select the right one for your child.
Moving abroad on your own is one thing, but when you have two kids, a husband and a couple of cats tagging along it is a different ball game. Especially when half of the family is Dutch and the other half British (hello Brexit!). It can feel pretty overwhelming to think about all the paperwork you have to get organised, in particular when you are not fluent in the language of your new country yet. Our first quarter was one with ups and downs.
We're finally moving to Spain as a family. D Day is here. "Why are you so stressed, we're only moving!" my husband said to me after I had another meltdown in the past few days. I know, right? He wasn't even joking! Well, he must be the exception to the rule, because I do feel … Continue reading D Day. We’re off. Moving to Spain as a family
It's all happening. We are moving to Spain. But what a month it's been. The thought of a glass of wine on the other end, enjoying the warm spring sunshine, is what's keeping me going just now. The movers have been a few days ago. A great big artic lorry parked outside, loading in my … Continue reading The great big move South. Preparing to leave Scotland
Some of my followers on Facebook have already heard the news: I am relocating to Valencia, Spain! Having lived twelve and a half years in Scotland, my family and I are preparing to emigrate to sunnier climates.
This summer my family and I did a house exchange with a lovely family in the city of Valencia, Spain. It was the second time we swapped our house for the holiday and we love this concept. It's personal, you get free accommodation (and pet-care!), insider information and you get to live in a real neighbourhood for a few weeks, rather than a hotel.