Accommodation in Muxía for after the Camino

Are you looking for accommodation in Muxía? After walking hundreds of kilometers, tired pilgrims finally arrive here in Muxía looking for some R&R... And Muxía offers some wonderful options for that. Here are my favorite places to stay, for each category: Albergue Arribada In the heart of Muxía, this comfortable…


Legends of the Costa da Morte

Legends of the Costa da Morte are all around me as I'm writing to you from Muxía today. On this very rainy Tuesday morning of November, I'm looking foward to exploring with you the heart of Costa da Morte. A couple of weeks ago, I recorded a podcast about discovering…


Common mistakes when preparing for DELE A2

¡Hola a todos! Are you preparing to take the DELE A2 exam? If you're planning to certify your Spanish language skills at the A2 level, whether for fun or for Spanish citizenship, it's essential to be aware of common mistakes that can hinder your success. In this blog post, I'd…


Christmas carols in Spanish

Christmas carols are a big part of Christmas in Spain and the Spanish speaking world 🎅. Below, you will find some of the most popular Christmas carols in Spanish both from Spain and Latin America. I've selected them based on my personal taste, you'll find the lyrics or captions in…


DELE A2 | Speaking task 1

We continue our series on the DELE A2 exam and today we are going to be talking about the DELE A2 speaking task 1, which is a monologue about a given topic. The content of the monologue can vary greatly, but it usually includes a description of everyday life (present…


What to do in Muxía

If you are walking the Camino de Santiago, you might consider finishing in Muxía. This little fishermen town by the seaside is the place I now call home. I decided to move here after spending many years living in different countries and cities. Leaving it all behind meant escaping the…


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