20 Things I’ve Noticed After My First Month In Granada

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I can’t believe it’s been a month already. The image of my wife and I arriving at Granada airport with 10 huge suitcases, a keyboard and a guitar already feels like several months ago, not just one. And since then, we’ve sold our house in London, rented a flat in the centre of Granada, started Spanish lessons, started work and possibly most challenging of all, been speaking Spanish as much as possible. It’s been busy and fun and during our first month, I’ve noticed a few things as a ‘newbie’ expat in Granada, fresh from London, so here you go:

  • Food is almost universally fantastic. And not just because tapas are free. Favourites so far are jamon asado at Bar Avila, brewat at Om Kalsum and the feijoada at Bar Poe. I can also get my absolute favourite salmorejo in most places in Granada, with the Cordoba heartland not too…

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