An episodic web series chronicling the adventures of an English teacher in small-town Spain.
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If you are applying for a Visa, either to Spain or another country, you may need to provide a Spanish Criminal Record Certificate if have you lived in Spain for longer than 6 months during the past 5 years. Due … Continue reading
We are excited to announce that Pueblo is now a featured web series on the St. John-Fisher Entertainment Network, a site showcasing original web content. The press release is pasted below for more info. Romantic Comedy ‘Pueblo’ Joins Web Series … Continue reading
Okay, first of all, does anyone know how to pronounce the word Apostille? A site I found via Google breaks it down phonetically as a-poss-steal. That means I’ve probably been saying it incorrectly throughout years of applying for various visas… … Continue reading
The olive oil industry is so integral to Jaén’s economy that we wanted to be sure Pueblo provides at least some insight into the role it plays in the lifestyle of La Puerta de Segura. Thanks to our friend Pedro, … Continue reading
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The Oscars arrive to La Puerta de Segura! This Thursday, May 26, at 10 pm we premiere all eight episodes of Pueblo in our favorite local pub, the Trujal. The first episode will debut online the same day, followed by … Continue reading
In preparation for our show’s upcoming internet debut, we’ve created a Pueblo video podcast page in the iTunes store. Our first two Celebrity Scoop trailers are available for download there and we’ll be adding the episodes as soon as they … Continue reading
Last Sunday was Spanish Mother’s Day but I was so busy getting ready for my Pueblo premiere party that I didn’t get a chance to post a public thank you to my mom for all of her motherly guidance and … Continue reading
Technically Andalucía Day is on February 28th but in true Spanish fashion it seems to be a multi-day celebration. The festivities began today with free sandwiches at school–ham and olive oil, surprise surprise–and the singing of the regional anthem. And … Continue reading