On a scale of 1-10 how funny would you say you are?
How many languages do you speak?
Just my native langauge
Do you try to maintain family holiday traditions?
For the most part
If you had a warning label, what would yours say?
Irritable when hungry
Caution: Move Slowly
Closed For Maintenance
Do you collect anything?
I collect memories
I collect knick knacks
I collect memorabilia
Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
A mix of both
What kitchen appliance do you use every day?
My coffee maker or french press
My food processor
What is the most annoying part of traveling?
The language barrier
The long lines at the airport
Are you open minded when it comes to cultures other than your own?
For the most part
Sometimes, it truly depends!
On a scale of 1 to 10, how passionate are you?
You believe that Spain is a wonderland of amazing culture, people, and food. You would give anything to immerse yourself in the traditions and culture of this country. Not to mention, the beautiful landscape!
Spain Is A Cultural Wonderland
You believe Spain is a beautiful and wonderous country filled with amazing beaches, local culture, and wonderful opportunities to explore the outdoors. You'd give anything to spend a few weeks exploring the landscape of this amazing country.
Spain Is Beautiful
You believe that Spain is complicated, especially when it comes to their cultural practices such as the running of the bulls. You can't quite get behind a country that would allow its citizens to be gored on a yearly basis.Still you believe that every country deserves a chance to preserve their traditions.
Spain Is Complicated
You believe that Spain is an authentic and truly amazing country. You see Spain for the things that make it special: the beaches, the traditions, the fashion, and the way of life. You know that each country has its differences for a reason and that part of what sets Spain apart from the pack is their authentic way of life.
Spain Is Authentic
You believe that Spain is a lazy country! From an American stand point it's hard to quantify the frequent breaks, lunch with family, and siestas. But this is the Spanish way of life. They work hard just like American's do, they just make sure to stop and smell the roses more often.