Did you know that Spanish isn’t the only language spoken in Uruguay?
Although this beautiful Latin American country is well-known for its Spanish-speaking population, there are several other languages in Uruguay, as well!
What languages are spoken in Uruguay? From Portuguese to Italian, this country is full of language surprises. Uruguay even has its own dialect called Rioplatense...Read More
The Arabic influence on Spanish is apparent to this day in terms of culture, language, music, and cuisine.
The Arabs occupied most of the Iberian peninsula for 800 years beginning the 8th century. That’s why the Spanish adopted not only words and phrases, but also traditions, customs, and innovations from Arabia.
This influence is evident through many sciences, arts, and...Read More
Bilingual tablets are amazing devices that put the world at your fingertips. While a wide variety of games exist to entertain your little one, they also offer opportunities to teach them Spanish. A bilingual tablet is an ideal toy to teach Spanish to kids who are at least two years old.
Ready to take advantage of your child’s learning ability and pave the road for them to become bilingual...Read More
Enter the magical, gothic, and eerie world of Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s fiction. Get ready for time travel and adventure, wrapped up in beautiful, powerful writing.
Captivating, touching, moving, page-turning prose is what you get in exchange for your time with these magical pieces. Get ready to decipher and enjoy Carlos Ruiz Zafón characters and plots, and don’t you dare blink an eye....Read More
Latin American literature by Hispanic writers has made a great impact in recent decades. These writers have created their own genres and shared a unique point of view and approach to many social matters.
This is a curated list of the most influential Hispanic writers who influenced their chosen genres, countries, regions, other prolific writers, and more. (I didn’t include the 6...Read More
Are there any Catholic churches in Costa Rica? Of course there are!
In fact, Roman Catholicism is the most popular religion in Costa Rica—with 47% of Costa Ricans declaring themselves Catholics, 27% non-religious, 19% Evangelical Christians, and 1% Protestants.
Costa Rica and Argentina are the only two countries in Latin America with Catholicism as their official religion....Read More
South American deserts represent this region’s most marvelous and jaw-dropping landscapes!
Although we may think “desert” stands only for an arid area with no water and nothing to see, today we will explore five South American deserts that prove this wrong.
South America is home to breathtaking paradises that await us. With stunning salt flats, bewildering fauna like penguins and...Read More
The Bolivia mountain biking scene is one you should definitely check out! Tourism agencies offer amazing bike tours across the country.
The trails and roads of beautiful Bolivia are some of the favorites for mountain biking lovers, experts, and beginners alike.
La Paz, capital city of Bolivia, sits at 12,693 ft above sea level, making it the highest city in the world. There,...Read More
Etnica is a conscious enterprise that helps connect locals to travelers who visit Guatemala. They support local communities by offering community-based travel experiences off the beaten path while keeping the planet in mind.
Etnica, a travel company and social enterprise, works with fair trade and sustainable values to offer fascinating tours. I sat down with Sofia Godoy, CEO, to...Read More
If you ask a Peruvian what quinoa is, you may get a pretty philosophical response. According to them, ““Quinoa is life, hope, the past, the present, and it’s the future of humanity.” Or, in Spanish:
“La quinoa es vida, es esperanza, es el pasado, es el presente, es el futuro de la humanidad.”
While Peruvian cuisine doesn’t go heavy on the spices, it certainly goes heavy on including...Read More