Check out the video after the jump to get a first-person look at what San Juan’s all about.
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Argentina_Buenos_Aires_Highlights_000Last week, we reposted an article about CNN’s list of top European cities, and this week we’re focusing on a similar piece on the top five cities in Central and South America.
“I chose Guanajuato, Mexico because I had heard from my family as well as a friend who did a study abroad through the University de Guanajuato that this was a great town filled with educated people, beautiful buildings, and was safe for a woman traveling alone.”
“The group is very diverse, 7 from Portland, Oregon, 1 from Washington D.C., 3 from Orlando, Florida, and 4 from California. Many kids came by themselves- only 2 people from Oregon were friends before the trip to Ecuador. Since everyone is new to each other, making new friends is easy.”
Absolutely everything is in Spanish (the teachers don’t speak English!) and the classes are very small, so I am learning incredibly fast.
“Combined with the city’s long-established studio art scene, a vibrant cafe culture, a mescal-fueled night life and one of Mexico’s most exciting regional cuisines, Oaxaca is as cosmopolitan as it is architecturally stunning.”
Our final “Bucket List” recommendation is a festival that would be an incredible thing to experience during Mexico study abroad: the Day of the Dead, or “Dia de los muertos”.
AmeriSpan’s Teenager summer abroad programs are ideal for teens wishing to immerse themselves in a language in between school years.
In this video, Johanna videotapes a tour guide at a local museum discussing the mystery of “Las Spheras”, or “the spheres” that were found in the area long ago.
“I will never forget the people I have met or what the teachers at school have taught me.”