Asturias is in a prime location; it is green, clean and close to both the beach and the mountains. A little more relaxed than a lot of Spanish cities, it is a peaceful location to consider if moving to Spain.
In podcast number six about living in Spain we talk about why young Spaniards are often late to leave the family nest, we discuss education in Spain, if Spaniards are happier than Aussies and vice versa, and we chat about some of the reasons Spain will have the highest life expectancy by 2040.
In this podcast special I talk to Alex Searle about his new life in Valencia, Spain. Alex and family packed up and moved to Valencia from South Africa in 2018 and in the podcast we discuss some of the good things and bad things they have discovered about living in Spain. We talk about their dealings with Spanish bureaucracy, his work-life balance, and how he and his family are adapting to their new life in Spain. Listen to the audio or watch the video. Check out Alex's YouTube channel here.
That was the question I asked myself when I got back to Madrid after 5 days in Bilbao. It has everything I like in a city. It's clean, manageable, has great public transport, people are friendly, and it's one of the best places to eat and drink in the country. Not to mention that it's close to the coast and fantastic mountain areas. It's also green, really green, which is something you don't see too much of when you live in the centre of Spain. Let's just say that if I had to move to another...