It’s so complicated to find a flat from afar, there’s the language barrier, unsanitary housing, you need to buy furniture you won’t be able to take home, you get ripped off… And don’t get me started on the questions you have to answer when you apply for room sharing !
We talked about it and decided there might be something to do there.
Barely 26, has spent her school holidays (and there have been a lot of those as she has been studying forever) as camp supervisor and/or receptionist during exhibitions – let’s just say that welcoming and helping people are nothing new to her.
She speaks French, Spanish and English as she spent some time in several European countries as an Erasmus student, so she totally knows what it’s like to be young, pretty and a little lost abroad !
Julie is a young woman aged 27 (almost 28!), and she is like most women her age: she likes fashion, good food, partying with her friends, her animals and… Spain. After a Master’s degree, a couple stays abroad and some professional soul-searching, she realised that what she wanted didn’t exist and thought about what she could do that would add value her and other people’s lives.
Like her friend Morgane, she speaks French, English and Spanish and she is really the person to turn to if you want advice to help move to Valencia!