The Spanish

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Rules, rules, rules

My name is Irene Rodriguez. I come from a small town in Spain. Years ago I made up my mind to live in Germany, as soon as I finished my Studies at the University, I started to learn German and went to Berlin for a few months. I came back to Spain and soon after...
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Living and learning

Back in 2004, freshly graduated, when the world hadn’t yet talk about the financial crisis and in my home country it was still unthinkable that houses’ prices could ever drop down, I got what I still, even today, consider a life-time job opportunity. That’s simply how my German adventure started. It...
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Access to the “real Germans”

My name is Alba and I’m a doctorate student on a scholarship. Originally I come from Spain and it’s been almost a year since I moved  to Germany.  Before coming here, I found out that there weren’t any travel guides written in Spanish, so I thought it could be a good...
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Looking for the Promised Land

I’m a Spanish engineer who came to Germany looking for the “Promised Land” and became unemployed some time later. Along the way I realized that many of my beliefs about Germany were totally wrong, so I had to redefine them. After that, I decided to tell my experience in a...