But how did I get here? After one year of living in Madrid, I look back at how I ended up teaching English in Spain—plus tips on how you can, too.
Andalucía, the southern region of Spain, is full of charm, but each of its cities has a distinct vibe. Find out which town best fits your travel personality.
Living abroad is not always as peachy as it sounds.
Trains are better than planes, the end.
Traveling for Christmas may seem glamorous, but what matters most is not where you are, but who you spend it with.
Autumn is one of the best times to visit Florence for its temperate weather, fall foliage, and thinning crowds.
It's hard not to compare Barcelona and Madrid—as the two biggest cities in Spain they share many similarities, but what stood out most to me were their differences.
Madrid is a warm, captivating city that I've only just begun to explore, but I can already say me encanta.
I've never been more proud to be Texan.
As a third culture kid, I learned to be comfortable being uncomfortable.
You're never truly alone.
I remember the moment I fell in love with Taipei.
Siem Reap is charming, but the overload of tourists brought out my inner cynic.
No wi-fi. No air-conditioning. Few bathrooms had flushing toilets. But one look at the turquoise water and I thought, if this is roughing it, then so be it.
The energy in Phnom Penh is electric.
Although known for its rich history during the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh City has an under-appreciated creative side.