Las últimas 7 series vistas

Oye, con la de meses que hace que no te pasas por aquí, tiempo habrás tenido de ver algo, digo…

Pues sí, la verdad. Mucha pantalla he chupado. Noches de series y pelis no han faltado. Momentos caseros han abundado 🙂 Ideal para mi nuevo Slow Life.

Ya lo he dicho alguna vez, soy una friki de Filmaffinity, con cerca de 800 pelis y series puntuadas. Si me buscas, soy amorfa. Y estas son las últimas series que he votado:



Esperando meses a que llegara la 4 temporada, con ansias de más conquistas y amor del bueno, con un subidón de 3 temporadas previas de calité y,  la verdad, decepcionada.

La serie se enlentece y lía con líos innecesarios además de ensombrecerse por la GRAN pérdida… No digo más.

Continue reading “Las últimas 7 series vistas”

30 things you should know about Spain and Spaniards

1. Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world by native speakers, according to this. Behind Chinese and before English.

Language Approx. number
of speakers
 1. Chinese 1,197,000,000
 2. Spanish 414,000,000
 3. English 335,000,000
 4. Hindi 260,000,000
 5. Arabic 237,000,000
 6. Portuguese 203,000,000
 7. Bengali 193,000,000
 8. Russian 167,000,000
 9. Japanese 122,000,000
10. Javanese 84,300,000

2. But no one really speaks Spanish in Spain. Spaniards speak Castellano, which is the same thing. But there are other 3 co-official languages: Catalan, Galician, Basque, and plenty of dialects.

3. Spanish has also many Arabic sounding words, since it was conquered by the Islamic Moorish armies for many years.

4. It’s said that Christopher Columbus was Italian, but he conquered the Indies under the orders of the Spanish Catholic Monarchs. Not that Spaniards are very proud of South America colonisation or marrying their princesses with other convenient Royal Families in Europe, but the Spanish Empire used to be known as “the empire on which the sun never sets”.


5. Despite that past, Spain didn’t officially participate in either the First or the Second World War.

6. But things got pretty bad for them too and Spain had a military dictatorship, that in fact,  ideologically aligned with Germany and Italy during World War II. Franco ruled the country as a dictator until his death in 1975.

7. Spain is now a Constitutional Monarchy. The King is Felipe VI, the Queen is Letizia and the President of the Country… still to be decided (after a second election).

King Felipe and Queen Letizia

Continue reading “30 things you should know about Spain and Spaniards”