Blogging was not something new for me. I had already had my personal blog for a year now, but this time was different, because The Spanish Dive is not mine; it’s a group blog.
This is different because I had to talk to my blogmates, communicate with them and arrange what we wanted the blog to be, what should be published on the blog, and how. This was a humbling experience and certainly taught me a great deal about group work, specially knowing that our final result, The Spanish Dive, would be available for anyone with a cellphone and internet, and that it can even prove to be useful for people that, like us, are traveling around Spain.
The blog was also a challenge because of the language. Mostly I have always written in Spanish, but to write posts in English helped me sharp my skills and also expand my knowledge and my lexicon. This certainly was useful and I enjoyed every moment of it.
Learning about Spanish Cuisine was definitely one of my favorite things about the blog: discovering the wonders of the Spanish taste and recipes was amusing and constructive.
So I bid myself goodbye with this post, but first I’ll copy de link of my posts, in case some of you missed them. I recommend you take you time in each of them, and enjoy joining me in discovering the wonders the Spanish Cuisine has to offer us.
- How did I choose my topic
- Discovering the tapas
- Where to find more information about Spanish Cuisine
- Feature of the best online work on Spanish Cuisine
Goodbye, readers, hope you enjoyed diving yourselves in the Spanish culture with us!