By Matthew Roscoe • 09 October 2020 • 16:03
Brits in Spain could be set to have their expat bubble burst, if Brexit and Covid-19 has anything to do with it. Is it time to embrace being “Spanish”?
EXPATS may have to start embracing their life in Spain with Covid-19 lockdowns, restrictions and worries, and the proposed Brexit deal, meaning they could be in the wonderful country for a while.
Is this the perfect time for Brits to really become “Spanish” and fully immerse themselves in the lifestyle and culture?
December 31 looks likely to be the date where ties are finally severed with Great Britain and could eventually mean that without the “safety net” of easy return, many people may find themselves forced to acknowledge their lives under the sunshine of the Spanish skies.
With many expats looking into the possibility of gaining residency here in Spain, it appears that for some, the thought of making their lives in Spain is a realistic possibility and exiting prospect.
Will expats in Spain finally learn the language?
Covid-19 has meant many have been unable to leave the country, or not wanting to, perhaps providing a perfect opportunity for people to really be a part of the country in which they live.
Only time will tell but it does appear that expats could be at a possible crossroads.
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Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]
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