Posts Tagged: spanish

Learn Spanish in San Juan, Puerto Rico – Video

Check out the video after the jump to get a first-person look at what San Juan’s all about.

CNN’s “Top 5 Cities in Central & South America”

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.

Mexico Study Abroad: Exploring Guanajuato and Starting Classes

“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.”

Junior Immersion in Quito: Introduction

“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.”

Volunteer in Honduras: Hondurian Life

Absolutely everything is in Spanish (the teachers don’t speak English!) and the classes are very small, so I am learning incredibly fast.

New York Times’ 36 Hours: Oaxaca, Mexico

“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.”

AmeriSpan’s “Bucket List”: Day of the Dead Festival in Mexico

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”.

Teenager Summer Abroad in Salamanca, Spain – Video

AmeriSpan’s Teenager summer abroad programs are ideal for teens wishing to immerse themselves in a language in between school years.

Junior Immersion in Heredia: Las Esperas

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.

Coronado Independent Teen Program: Last Week

“I will never forget the people I have met or what the teachers at school have taught me.”