My background

I grew up in a small and beautiful village in the south of Spain called Gaucín. We are in a privilege spot surrounded by nature and animals. It is located in land but near to "La Costa del Sol".

The views of the mountains and river are stunning. You can even see Gibraltar and the north of Africa.

It's not only me who says that my village is amazing. The well-known newspaper The Telegraph wrote an article saying “Spain’s most picture-perfect town”.

Qualifications and experience

In 2009 I graduated as a Teacher and ever since, I´ve been teaching in Spain, Ireland and Canada. In 2014 I obtained a Master’s Degree in Neuropsychology and Education with specific focus on special needs.

Through the years, I´ve been increasing my skills set with courses such as Montessori Pedagogy, Recreational Methods, Teaching Materials and Psychological Education Resources.

Therefore, I´ve a Certificate in Cognitive Grammar, which is the most current method of teaching Spanish as a second language.


Travelling has always been one of my favourite things to do. I'm keen on discovering new places, cultures, cuisine and people, as I consider it very enriching.

Thanks to teaching online I was able to achieve one of my dreams: to travel around Southwest Asia and Oceania. My husband and I had a great adventure backpacking through many countries.

Spanish cuisine

Spanish culture is unique. During my time abroad, what I missed the most about my culture was the cuisine. Not being able to enjoy some tapas was a big deal for me!

If I’m being honest, my favourites are my dad's Spanish omelette and my mum's croquetas! 😊