Visiting beaches in the Dominican Republic sounds like a dreamy vacation. Now, mix it up with Spanish immersion and you have the trip of a lifetime!
The Dominican Republic is home to enchanting culture, welcoming people, delicious food, and paradisiac playas (beaches) to explore.
The colorful island is a hidden gem awaiting intrepid travelers and language learners to discover...Read More
Many of the nicest beaches in Costa Rica are hidden gems. You may have heard of some; others are more remote but just as stunning.
Costa Rica is famous for being one of the most eco-friendly countries on Earth. Its beaches are unblemished on both the Caribbean and Pacific coastlines.
Costa Rica has an unspoiled vibe that cannot be compared to any other. I went to Costa Rica when...Read More
José Martí is a world-acclaimed Cuban author and political figure. His poems and essays conquer the hearts of readers interested in history and lyrical verses.
Reading José Martí Spanish literature is a successful strategy for strengthening your language skills. Give it a try and start reading in Spanish with this list of six enthralling books by José Martí.
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Traditional Argentinian food is fantastic, especially if you love meat. Argentina is famous for its world-class beef and homemade empanadas!
More than 6 million immigrants moved to Argentina between 1853 and 1955, mostly from Italy and Spain. After the U.S., Argentina has the second largest number of immigrants.
The Italian influence runs deep. When I traveled to Argentina,...Read More
Remember when Instagram was all about posting pictures of your pets or your food? Now, you can even learn Spanish on Instagram!
With more than 2 billion users, Instagram is extraordinarily diverse. To help you follow the best Spanish-learning accounts, I’ve gathered a list of awesome Instagram accounts in Spanish that will make your language learning journey much more fun.
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Are you ready to be inspired by Hispanic Americans who’ve changed history? From political leaders to a humanitarian chef—the most successful Hispanic people in history are aware of what matters most.
Keep reading to learn more about these noteworthy Hispanic Americans who’ve paved the way for others to follow in their steps!
10 Hispanic Americans Who Altered the Course of...Read More
Come discover the best places for whale watching in the world!
If you’re searching for an exciting and unique vacation experience, then look no further! Whale watching is the perfect getaway activity for adventure lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
This post details the best places and time for whale watching throughout Latin America. It also takes you through what to bring...Read More
Surfing in El Salvador is a breathtaking experience—riding waves in beaches with volcanic black sand, sun rays beating down even if it’s December, and feeling the salty smell of the ocean breeze hit your face.
Surfing isn’t the only thing you can do in El Salvador, though. You can stop by and try some delicious pupusas—fried tortillas filled with cheese, beans or pork rinds—and taste a...Read More
The best restaurants in Old San Juan serve the best and freshest food in Puerto Rico.
Most people who travel to Puerto Rico love to visit Old San Juan because of its history. The Viejo neighborhood has a relaxing seaside atmosphere full of color, art, and tradition. You’ll enjoy fun music and excellent service when you go to these one-of-a-kind Puerto Rican restaurants.
Arturo Pérez-Reverte was born in Cartagena in the province of Murcia, Spain. He’s a bestselling author who studied journalism and political science. He began working as a journalist for Pueblo, a newspaper in Madrid. He was reported missing twice—first, in the Sahara in 1975 and later in the Falkland Islands war in 1982.
Arturo Pérez-Reverte became a war correspondent and covered...Read More