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Thrift shops are thriving with endless options from flawless fashion items to vintage finds and individual souvenirs.
Last weekend I was lucky enough to attend one of Spain's most famous carnivals in the city of Cádiz.
In one of my classes today we discussed the question of how our lives would be without a phone and I actually felt quite sad to hear how some kids these days cannot survive without their mobiles.
Here in Seville, an event took place this weekend called 'Mr Saturday', held at the contemporary art museum.
Almost instantly after Christmas is over, the hype for sales begins. Ready, set, go?
At the beginning of every new year, it is very typical to make News Year's resolutions. Mostly they concern areas to try something new in or try harder.
A very traditional thing that accompanies a typical English Christmas dinner is the Christmas cracker. So what exactly is a Christmas cracker? Something you crack at Christmas, literally!
Currently it does not feel like Christmas is two weeks away because the sun is shining. Normally around this time of year, one is used to getting snuggled up and cosying up in front of the fire.
Sometimes a flying visit from a loved one is all you need to realise how settled you are in a place.
After living near Madrid for a year as an au pair three years ago, it was nice to visit this weekend.
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