Raise your hand if you knew what the heck a “Logroño” was!
If you did, congrats! That means you’re excellent at your Spanish geography
Or you’re lying.
But because I have faith in you, I’ll take the former (today at least).
Logroño is a small town of 150,000 people in northern Spain and my home last year. I consider it a village and I was randomly put there by Fulbright to teach English. Though a blessing and a curse some days, I wanted to break down the pros and cons of living in a village (pueblo in Spanish) and why I think a village life is worth considering. I think people choose one or the other for various reasons, and I hope this helps you prepare!
Are you ready for life in the pueblo? Let’s find out why you should be living in a village abroad.