Ecuador is tiny compared to most countries in South America, yet it’s one of the top 17 megadiverse countries worldwide. According to Lonely Planet, “a dazzling array of wonders is squeezed into this compact country.” Let’s delve into Ecuador’s fascinating history, culture, and language—and explore eight of its top attractions for travelers!
A Brief History of Ecuador
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Here in Guatemala, our HSA teachers celebrate Independence Day on September 15 with parades of marching bands, while you might be listening to the Star-Spangled Banner and watching a fireworks show in the U.S. this 4th of July.
Let’s learn about the most fascinating cultural traditions for celebrating independence day in the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America! ...Read More
Among Latin American countries, Bolivia is quite unique. It’s the only landlocked nation in the continent and it’s also the country with the largest indigenous population in the region. Bolivia’s uniqueness permeates every aspect of its history and society, producing a fascinating culture like no other Spanish-speaking country in Latin America.
However, Bolivian extraordinary culture...Read More