Of course, I had a million stories as una turista en España. More in Oviedo, where I lived for a month, and more in Asturga, in León, in the Picos de Europa, in Cangas de Onís, in Covadonga. . .
Despite my carefree gadding about in my ciudad de hadas, my fairy-city of Oviedo, I’m still confronted with examples of the economic crisis in Spain (unemployment rate: 21 percent) everywhere I go. I’ve met young españoles who are uncertain about their futures in a bleak job market. I’ve seen the unfinished construction projects that are … Continue reading