By Keeya J, Guest Video Blogger in Montanita, Ecuador In this video, our guest video blogger, Keeya, continues her Spanish lesson in Montanita and learns how to toast in Spanish. Keeya is participating in the Spanish & Surfing program in Montanita. See Spanish in Montanita Ecuador.
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Yes, we at AmeriSpan are advocates of studying abroad whenever possible, but we do realize that taking extended periods away from home, work, and school to travel to exotic locales and learn new languages aren't always practical. Also, if you have studied abroad previously, it helps to practice your new language skills so you don't… Read more »
By Keeya J, Guest Video Blogger in Montanita, Ecuador In this video, our guest video blogger, Keeya, and her friend Tiffani, tell us about their Spanish & Surfing program in Montanita, and show us their Spanish classes. See Spanish in Montanita Ecuador.
Mother’s Day will be celebrated this Sunday, May 9, in the United States. The 2nd Sunday in May is a very popular date worldwide for people to honor their mothers, but it is not the same in every country! Many Mother's Day celebrations also coincide with International Women's Day, March 8th. We thought it would be… Read more »
AmeriSpan offers a variety of programs in three Ecuador Spanish schools. Ecuador is an excellent location to study abroad due to its incredibly diverse climate, friendly people, as well as many important sites of interest. Situated on the Equator in northwestern South America, Ecuador is bordered by Colombia and Peru, and also lays claim to… Read more »
Choosing a study abroad program can be overwhelming. Luckily, AmeriSpan Study Abroad is here to help! Today, we will look at five great reasons to study abroad in Ecuador. 1. Learn Spanish – Well yes, you already knew that! However, Ecuador is an excellent place to learn Spanish. Particularly if you are choosing an immersion… Read more »
By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain The first week in Sevilla flew by in a flash and with a distinct rhythm. I would get up, have breakfast at home and then walk to school around 9:15am (though I still haven’t quite adjusted to the late day break after 8am in Southern Spain… Read more »
By Kris B., Guest Blogger from Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona, Spain It was a cold, gloomy and wet Monday in Sevilla and hardly the weather I was expecting for my first day in language school. Luckily the school was barely a five-minute walk from my apartment and I did not have wander about too long through the… Read more »
by Wanda Mann, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Black Dress Traveler As a little girl growing up in New York City I would pretend that I could speak Spanish and spent countless hours prancing around the house like a flamenco dancer. Surely, my Southern born parents must have found my fixation on a language that… Read more »
By Joey F., Guest Video Blogger: Heredia, Costa Rica Watch a video of an espanol boda, or wedding in Samara, Costa Rica. Our guest video blogger, Joey, took this video while he was studying abroad in Costa Rica.