Let's face it, sometimes flying can be a serious hassle – especially when in a new place or when time is of the essence. Unexpected delays, security measures, cancellations, and any other annoyance you can think of can arise when trying to get from once place to another, even if you've done all you can… Read more »
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By Melissa E., guest video blogger studying Korea in Seoul, Korea Getting around in unfamiliar territory is a challenge, so this how-to guide for public transportation in Seoul is a must-watch! For details about studying Korean, see Korean School in Seoul See all of Melissa's blogs from Seoul
Your friends will still be there when you get back, and you need to save your pennies when you?re a student.
Warning: One Terremoto (“Hurricane”) may result in a mild headache throughout the entire next day. 2 Terremotos almost guarantees a “terrimoto” in your head for the entire next day. And they say that 3 Terrimotos is the limit, however, few remember making it that far.
AmeriSpan offers semester, short-term, and year-long college study abroad programs at top foreign universities. Here is another great video from our College Study Abroad program in Cuenca, Ecuador:
My mom only speaks Spanish which forces me to put to use what I learn in school, even if I am not confident on a word, and she corrects me when I say things incorrectly in the nice way that only mothers are able to do.
By Jennie M., guest blogger studying Spanish in Heredia, Costa Rica Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, I’m currently living in San Diego. I’m about to leave for four weeks of Spanish immersion in Heredia, Costa Rica. I took Spanish for four years in high school and one year in college. I studied abroad twice in… Read more »
AmeriSpan offers semester, short-term, and year-long college study abroad programs at top foreign universities. Here is a great video from our College Study Abroad program in Cuenca, Ecuador:
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile Today was Day 2 of Spanish classes. We talked about indigineous people, our zodiac signs, and when to use saber or concer. Did I mention that this was all in spanish? After class, we went to lunch in the central market, at Mariscaria,… Read more »
By Ashley C., guest blogger studying French in Lyon, France Avignon: I don?t think you can look at Google Images of Avignon, and get a feel for whether or not the place is worth visiting. Avignon is just an experience. Everywhere, there are people in costumes who hand out flyers to their next theatre performance. There… Read more »