La guía perfecta para no entender la vida de un expatriado que un buen día decidió seguir un sueño, pero pueden intentarlo...

The perfect guide to not understand the life of an expatriate who one day decided to follow a dream, but you can give it a try...

Emergency exit

During the third and last phase of the project —the tunnel— and before seeing the greenish yellow-blue-orange light, let us admit that Dora had prepared a detailed plan to get out of the tunnel through an emergency exit. There was already too much humidity in the air and inminent danger of...

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New life: Frankfurt

That's all, my dearest surreal readers! Almost fourty days later, there I was, seated on a plane heading to the same place where this crazy #roundtheworldtrip got started: happy, sad, tired, excited, overexcited, curious, impatient, uncertain, convinced, nostalgic..., happy. - "And now what?" Dora never stops.... "Should we start a #roundtheworldtrip2 ?"...

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New life: Petra

4:00am:  A bus full of colourful people departures from Tel Aviv heading to Eilat, 350km south from Tel Aviv, to approach the border with Jordan. This españolito and his traveling sleepy team is on that bus. 4:30am:  If I thought that the bus was full, I really have no idea about...

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New life: Jerusalem

“Would it not be easier to respect each other, live and let live? After all, all religions believe in one God, and I guess that God, whatever the name is, would wish the best for all of us, don’t you think?” This intense thinking from Dora and the heat -it...

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Passionate Blogger

Hello my dearest surreal reader.

First of all, thank YOU for being there right now reading these lines. Without knowing each other —or maybe we do know each other— here we are at this moment of time sharing a piece of our respective lives.

Our sub-conscience —although I tend to believe that our conscience rules everything— found a reason for me to write these lines and for you to read them. Honestly speaking, I would love to understand that reason, yours and mine, but I will of course respect it if you don’t want to share it: fun, curiosity, help, laughs, sadness, solidarity, just-passing-by moment... Whatever the reason is, you are most welcome.

And now that we know why we are here —do we?— let us focus on the fact that our paths just crossed, at least emotionally, and let us enjoy this time together. Our paths will continue crossing as long as you, my dearest surreal reader, and me want to. From my side, I can tell you already that, after a quite intense roller-coaster period of time, I am determined to keep writing these lines only Lola knows for how long….

You might be asking yourselves what my reason is for having and sharing this surreal blog. I can’t answer that question today —not sure if I know the answer— but I am sure that one day I will find out and then, of course, I will share it with you. Until then, there is only one way: always forward and with a smile.

To make it short, I am just a little spaniard lost in the world, who one day —already eight years ago— left his country following a dream. That dream took me first to a small village in the middle of nowhere, or more exactly in the middle of East Germany, where I had a fascinating and absolutely recommendable experience. The years went by and my dream pushed me again, not without overcoming a few -> some -> many giving-up moments, to one of the coolest cities in the middle of Germany.

And there I am right now, with an absolute mismatch between dream and let-us-go-back-to-Spain feeling, writing down these lines for you guys, my dearest surreal readers, and I guess also for myself: What was my dream?

Anyway, happy to be back and happy to feel you there on the other side of the screen.

So, this is me: “Espaniolito perdido in the world”.

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Emergency exit

New life: Frankfurt