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LIVING & TEACHING IN SPAIN PART 2: Finding an Apartment in Madrid

LIVING & TEACHING IN SPAIN PART 2: Finding an Apartment in Madrid, Spain

So you've landed your teaching job in Spain, now it's time to start thinking about where to live? I'm just going to go ahead and let you know, finding an apartment in Spain is not exactly the easiest thing in the world to do. But, I'm here to help. Here's a complete guide to finding an apartment in Madrid.   In Case you Missed it: Living & Teaching in Spain Part 1: Getting the Job  [spacer height="20px"] Pre-Arrival Unless you already have someone in Madrid who is willing to do the groundwork for you and go around to different flats to...

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24 Hours in Seattle, Washington

We don't always have an extended amount of time to spend when traveling to different places. Sometimes it's a short weekend getaway, and sometimes it can be as little as 24 hours. Whether you're staying awhile or just passing through, why not make the most of your time in a new city? There is tons of things to do in Seattle, Washington. If you're short on time, here's how to do Seattle in 24 hours.  Peruse Pike Place MarketImage via Flickr by Suman ChakrabartiStart your day at a foodie's paradise and head to Pike Place Market. Often considered a farmer's...

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How to Save Hundreds on Flights Using Skyscanner

How to Save Hundreds on Flights Using Skyscanner www.worldofawanderer.com

Airfare can be one of the biggest expenses when traveling. However, I'm here to share a few secrets with you on how to find the cheapest flights using my favorite tool, Skyscanner. I'll show you a few travel hacks, and some of the best ways to use Skyscanner to your advantage.  Search in Incognito/Private Mode For the longest time I didn't believe booking sites inflated the prices based on your cookies and search history. But, it's true my friends...

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7 Black-Owned Travel Companies You Should Know About

This article was originally posted on Las Morenas de España.  This is the age of the Black Travel Movement. Despite what mainstream media may depict, there are more African Americans traveling, now more than ever. Also, despite the stereotypes, we're traveling to more than just the Caribbean, Bahamas, Miami, and Vegas. With the rise of social media, online platforms, and travel communities, travel resources have become more readily available. Not only that, but the visibility of black travel has vastly increased as well; showing people of color that "Hey, you could be doing this too!".In the wake...

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Why Doing Disney as an Adult Rocks!

I'm going to let you in on a little secret. The most magical place on Earth, the place where dreams come true, and Dole Whip is apparently life, the one and only Walt Disney World, is not just a place for tiny tykes and character-crazed kids. Nope, my friends, adults can enjoy it just as much, if not more definitely more, than kids. Last month I got to relive some of my childhood memories, and create new ones at Disney. I'm here to tell ya, doing Disney as a grown person is certainly a bit different...

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Adventures in Albuquerque: 5 Fun Things to Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Adventures in Albuquerque: 5 Fun Things to Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Many of you may know about Albuquerque from the hit TV series "Breaking Bad," or perhaps you've simply passed through on the way to Santa Fe or Taos. In recent years, Albuquerque has become a rapidly growing destination for travelers. If you find your way to ABQ, here are five fun things to do. Soar High on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway As North America's longest aerial tram, the Sandia Peak Tramway is an absolute must! Take in inconceivable panoramic views of Grande Valley and the Land of Enchantment as you soar high above Albuquerque. Spanning 2.7 miles of...

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Picture Keeper: The Best Way to Backup Photos on Your Phone While Traveling

Picture Keeper: The Easiest Way to Backup Photos on Your Phone While Traveling

Can I take you down memory lane for a moment? Remember the pre-digital days when disposable cameras were the bees knees? Ok ok, maybe they weren't all of that, but they were affordable and got the job done. Plus, there was the anticipation of waiting that one hour at your local CVS or Walgreens Pharmacy to get them printed. I mean, that was half the fun, right? Standing at the counter, flipping through your prints, seeing how awesome or awful your photos came out. Ahh, those were the days! But, thank God for the technology advancement...

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45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta

45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta www.worldofawanderer.com

Whether you are a local of Atlanta or a visitor, there is plenty of fun to be had in this city, and you can do so without breaking the bank. Here's a list of 45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta. Pin it. Bookmark it. Save it. Share it!  1. Monday Night Brewing [caption id="attachment_3201" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Source: Flickr via Quinn Dombrowski[/caption]Like their slogan says, "Weekends are overrated." Who says you can't have fun on a Monday? Head to Monday Night Brewing where for $10 you can get souvenir glass and (6) 6-oz samples of beer. 2. Art...

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