About Natalia Diaz
Longtime newspaper journalist, children's book writer, retired fire dancer. I moved to Spain in 2008 for the wine, food, and football.
If the Jamaicans can have a bobsled team, Madrileños can have surfers! The first surf school in Madrid proves that the secanos can ride the waves.
Fitting Room is an annual fashion event that’s staged in hotel rooms. Here’s what we saw at their ninth edition on March 9.
This is not karaoke. It’s Anti-Karaoke, where regular people are transformed into rockstars for one crazy night.
Mark Besas is the author of a book called “Hidden Madrid” that takes the reader on an unusual walking tour, a filmmaker and the ultimate tour guide.
Richard Vaughan, Spain’s most recognizable English teacher, sits on top of a 21M euro empire that was born of a responsibility to his students.
Looking for cool gift ideas? Pick up a madrileño crafted leather bag, purse, wallet, notebook, sketchpad, belt and even cool footwear just south of Mercado San Miguel in Taller Puntera.
As you read this, running to work and fighting your way through the rush hour Metro crush, you might be in need of a stiff drink, or possibly some kind of weaponry. This month however, Natalia Diaz shows us a third way- a calmer, more serene, less likely to end in bloodshed way – in the form of meditation and enlightenment.