Posts Tagged: study abroad

French in France: Croix-Rousse

“I live in an exceptionally beautiful part of Lyon called Croix-Rousse! There?s a farmer?s market every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and it?s the most wonderful farmer?s market you could ever go to!”

AmeriSpan’s “Bucket List”: Iguazu Falls in Argentina

Sitting at the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls are a series of some of the largest waterfalls in the world.

Spanish and Skiing: Preparing for Santiago

“Living in Southern California, I know that learning Spanish will be a tremendous benefit to me as I enter the job market soon and therefore I thought going to Santiago, Chile would be the perfect learning/vacation opportunity to reward myself for all the hard work in law school and studying for the Bar.”

Spanish in Honduras: Spanish Classes and Teachers

“I feel really lucky to have such a good group of teachers and friends here in La Ceiba. I´ve made more friends in just a few weeks than I normally would in a year.”

Learning Spanish in Montevideo: Salads and Soccer

“You could hear fireworks going off and the people’s faces were great. They are fanatics. The Uruguayans say their religion is soccer.”

AmeriSpan’s “Bucket List”: Machu Picchu, Peru

Accessible via Incan trail, Macchu Piccu is the site of an ancient Incan metropolis.

New York Times Explores Christmas in Barcelona

“Christmas in Barcelona is an altogether sleeker affair, whimsical and exotic in equal measure.”

Learn Spanish in Santiago, Chile – Video

Santiago is modern, incredible city with unparalleled mountain views, a bustling metropolitan area, and plenty of opportunity to enjoy nature, beach excursions and the arts.

Spanish and Volunteering: Feeling Homesick in Sucre

“..there’s a traditional dance from Sucre where both of the dancing partners use a napkin like a scarf and everybody else claps. I don’t know the name for it, so I’ve dubbed it the ‘Napkin Dance’.”

Dominican Republic Study Abroad: Eleanor Arrives in Sosua

“I made it! After a flight to Miami and then another one to Puerto Plata, I am finally in Sosúa.”