Welcome to your new home expats!

23 November 2017 0 Comments Category: Kuzy, Living in Spain


Being an expat can in theory seem quite a challenge:

Upping sticks to a different country, moving house, settling into a new office, meeting new colleagues and not knowing if you’re going to get on with them, or not knowing if your family (if you have one) will easily acclimatise to their new surroundings…Imagine how difficult it was for me moving to an entire new galaxy!

Yes, there’s lots to get used to, but I assure you that it’s a lot easier than you might think. Especially, when you arrive in Spain and realise that if you do end up leaving one day, you’ll miss it forever: nothing ventured nothing gained as they say. You’ll miss this friendly people, the great times you had and a quality of life you won’t find many other places in the world…or even the universe for that matter!  Because I don’t know whether I told you, but aside from being an expat, I’m an alien. And believe me, I’ve been to thousands of places here and there, on the Earth and beyond Orion’s belt. And I can tell you with absolute certainty that there’s no place like Spain.  

Meanwhile, do forgive me – I haven’t properly introduced myself: I’m Kuzav, but you can call me Kuzy. It’s a pleasure to meet you! I’m from a very large planet whose name is barely pronounceable in your language – something like HKJ0’98#7!YU%IX. It’s about a hundred million light years from here, straight ahead and then over to the right.

I arrived here for work reasons five years ago. I’m a correspondent for Mars TV – special TV channel from my planet. They sent me to record a documentary on life on Earth. When I arrived, I visited lots of places, travelling to countries and cities all around the globe, camera in hand.  At some point on my travels, I wound up in Spain and met charming people, with whom I forged close bonds and ended up staying. Currently, I balance my work as a stellar correspondent (or interstellar, I should say) with my role as an Ambassador and expat host for Caser.

Basically, I help expats like you to feel at home from day one.  Don’t miss my weekly post for helpful advice how to best adapt to life and the daily routine in Spain; Spanish expressions you should add to your dictionary; the best places to eat for the most reasonable prices in cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, Cadiz, Seville, Bilbao and San Sebastian; must-visit sights and attractions; or how to make a paella that’ll knock your friends socks off and leave them convinced you’ve lived in Valencia all your life! Trust me, with my tips you’ll be living like a Spanish local in no time!

Trust me, at the end of the day I was an oddball who’d pitched up from another planet and just look at me now – I’m as Spanish as they come!

Read more here, and feel free to leave any comments or questions you have for me – rest assured I’ll get back to you at the speed of light! 😉


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