The Uyuni Salt Flats of Bolivia (also known as El Salar de Uyuni) are the biggest salt flats in the world. Located in the high plateau region of the Andes in Bolivia, this awesome place is a key ecological, touristic, and economic importance for the entire world.
Keep reading to explore the amazing landscapes and incredible facts about this unique place.
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Get ready to discover why it pays to be bilingual! The world is becoming increasingly more interconnected than ever before. As a result, there is a huge demand for bilingual employees who can communicate with people from all over the globe.
In this post, I will go into detail and show you 8 ways knowing a second language can help make you more money.
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Many Latin American countries conspired against the Spanish oppression in the 1800s and Cuba was no exception with the Grito de Yara. The Yara rallying cry was the beginning of the process towards Cuban Independence.
Although this first attempt to get freedom was disastrous, it gave birth to many other anticolonialist movements and served as inspiration for other Cubans to get...Read More
Let’s get ready for an exciting expedition from Ecuador to the Galápagos Islands!
The archipelago is a majestic showcase of evolution. It’s home to one of Earth’s most amazing ecosystems due to its location at the meeting place of three ocean currents.
Where are the Galápagos Islands? They lie in the Pacific Ocean, 621 miles (1,000 kilometers) off the coast of Ecuador.
Eons of...Read More
Finding the perfect gifts for people learning Spanish is both fun and thoughtful!
The key to the perfect learning gift is knowing what your learner enjoys and how they enjoy learning.
Today, I’ll recommend fabulous presents for Spanish learners of all ages and levels.
Did you know that you can purchase Spanish classes to give as a gift for K-12 students or adults?...Read More
While learning a new language online is an excellent idea, a virtual class isn’t as effective as immersion via a homestay in Guatemala.
Homestay is a popular form of hospitality where you share a house with a local family. It provides a full immersion into the culture, traditions, and language!
Are you trying to take your Spanish skills to the next level? Why not go on a homestay...Read More
Dolores Huerta is the living portrait of the great changes that can be achieved through non-violent constant resistance. Accompany me as I explore the life of this passionate by blood feminist, and Union Rights founder and defender.
“Pero digo : Simplemente háganlo como lo hacen los hombres—pretendan que saben. Y luego aprenden sobre la marcha.”—Dolores Huerta.
“But I say : Just...Read More
El Grito de Lares or Lares Uprising was the most significant rebellion against Spanish rule in the history of Puerto Rico. This separatist mission happened almost simultaneously alongside the Spanish Glorious Revolution and the Cuban Grito de Yara.
The Lares Uprising was the result of the anti-Spanish sentiment that invaded part of The Antilles. Puerto Ricans were tired of the abuse...Read More
Venezuela is a multicultural and multiethnic country with atypical weather and a very special cuisine. It is home to the tallest, uninterrupted waterfall of the world, and also to the biggest petroleum reserve.
Not mind-blowing enough? Guinness recognized the Catatumbo thunder, a Venezuelan meteorological phenomenon—as the World Record of highest lightning concentration. That must be a...Read More
El Día de la Independencia de Guatemala, or Guatemala Independence Day, is one of the most festive holidays in this Central American country.
September 15, 2021 is the commemoration of the bicentennial of Guatemala Independence Day! Two hundred years have passed since Guatemala won its freedom and independence.
As a Guatemalan, the first time I understood what our independence as...Read More