Location Matters- Adjusting to life in Seville (& why I hated it at first)

The first few days in Seville were brutal. I was piso hunting and roaming the streets smack dab in the middle of a heat wave (around 48 C/120 F degrees on average the first couple of days). After a cold and rainy summer in Denmark, this change of weather was too sudden. To make matters …

Why I chose to live in Seville over Barcelona (& first impressions)

I arrived in Seville in the middle of august which is (of course) typically the hottest month of the year in the city that is already known as the "frying pan" of Europe. On top of the already hot temperatures Seville normally experiences during that time, there happened to be heat wave during my first …

Final thoughts- Working as an au-pair on a Danish farm for a summer

In case you didn't already know, I spent the summer working as an Au-pair with a family which could only be described as an aristocratic Danish farming family. If this sounds weird to you, it's because it is/was weird haha. I had this idea that Denmark was this utopia where social and income disparity didn't …