Did you know that Roberto Clemente is the athlete with the most sculptures in the world?
In the United States and Puerto Rico alone, he has 11 statues.
Roberto Clemente is one of the most iconic sports figures of the last century thanks to his brilliant baseball career, but also because of his humanitarian work and help for those in need within and outside Puerto Rico. He’s...Read More
Traveling abroad for an internship in Spanish allows you to experience your professional career in an entirely different cultural context.
Picture yourself surrounded by exotic foods, beautiful landscapes, and new friends—all of it while putting your professional skills into practice. An internship in Spanish is guaranteed to prepare you for the future while enhancing your Spanish-speaking...Read More
Copper Canyon in Mexico (Barrancas del cobre o Cañón del cobre) is a beautiful massive expanse of natural wonder, similar to the widely known Grand Canyon in the U.S. In this post, we explore a bit of both destinations as we cover 10 reasons why Copper Canyon might just be the superior experience!
Read along as I offer you 10 reasons why paying a visit to this wonderful Latin American...Read More
There is more to coffee from Colombia than meets the eye. From crop fields to cafes, this drink undergoes a long journey before it reaches your home. Colombia is specially designed to create the best coffee in the world. From its unique environment to its farming culture, this country is perfectly made for coffee production.
Read on to discover how coffee found its way onto...Read More
Suriname is not part of Latin America, which probably sounds surprising as it is located within South America.
Latin America consists of romance language-speaking Caribbean islands, Mexico, Central America, and the entire continent of South America. The whole region is culturally diverse due mainly to the various European settlers that claimed lands in it.
Latin America includes 26...Read More
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.
11 Fascinating Facts...Read More
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.
8 Reasons It Pays...Read More
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