Posts Tagged: study abroad

Learn Arabic in Tetouan, Morocco – Video

Learning Arabic in Tetouan, Morocco is a fantastic option for the Arabic student seeking a comfortable or luxurious setting

New York Times’ “36 Hours in Hamburg”

Hamburg is an incredibly rich and metropolitan city, dotted with excellent shopping, dining and culture, and not without gorgeous scenery.

Learning Arabic in Morocco: Some Tips

“If you want to live frugally, then utilize the bus system, split taxis with two other people (three people maximum in local cabs), and calculate exchange rates. However, in general, al-Maghreb’s cost of living is low.”

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.”

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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”.

SALUD Medical Spanish: First Days in Cusco!

“The main center of the city is the Plaza Del Armas and it is absolutely gorgeous! I want to go there every day and just take in the beautiful churches, fountains and parks. ”

AmeriSpan’s “Bucket List”: The Great Wall of China

Today we explore The Great Wall of China, a wonder of the world so monstrous that it’s visible from the moon!

Coronado Independent Teen Program: Last Week

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