Fiona’s award-nominated blog, Scribbler in Seville, looks at life as an expat working mother living in Spain.
In it, she writes about her favourite places in Seville, things to do with your family, what it’s like to live here, a bit about eating and drinking, and the inside track on world-renowned local events such as Feria and Semana Santa, as well as smaller traditional fiestas and the Carnaval de Cadiz.
These are some of her blog’s most popular posts.
Five Things Spanish Say a Lot (and what they really mean) – when one beer is not one beer
False Friends and Other Fine Messes – about the perils of speaking Spanish
Nine Things I’ve Learned While Living in Spain – cultural differences to look out for
Expo 92, shiny surface v ugly underbelly – a tour of the pavilions of Seville’s 1992 Expo, and an award-winning Spanish movie about the notorious pre-Expo police anti-drugs unit
The Wedding of the Year: The view from la calle – the Duquesa de Alba, Spain’s best-loved aristocrat, gets married for the third time in Seville, aged 85. Fiona joins the adoring crowds outside her palace
Scribbler in Seville was runner-up in the travel (Go!) section of the BritMums Brilliance in Blogging awards 2012, and shortlisted in 2013. The BIBs are the UK’s biggest Mummy blogging awards.