Colombia I returned to Spanish school in Medellin 2 months after I first started taking courses in the city. I had heard of a private University that had a Spanish school offering relatively inexpensive Spanish courses, so I decided to give it a go. After all, I liked the city and didn’t mind staying there… continue reading »
¡Hola! Read about my ongoing effort to learn Spanish including my experiences in Spanish schools throughout Latin America.
If you’re traveling anywhere in Latin America, I guarantee a drink will find it’s way to your hand. Here are a few ways to say hungover in Spanish depending on where you are. I’ve included some hypothetical scenarios that may lead you to hangover status. 1) Mexico It’s Mexico. It’s hot. Chances are you decided… continue reading »
Mexico My third attempt at Spanish school would be in sweltering Tulum, Mexico. Roughly a month after my classes in Antigua, I found myself in Tulum renting an apartment with a couple friends for a week. To avoid drinking beers on the nicest beach in Mexico all day every day, we decided to partake in… continue reading »
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Guatemala I arrived at Antigua, Guatemala after a hectic week in El Salvador navigating through the craziness that is Semana Santa (Easter break for Latin Americans). Antigua is a beautiful colonial town nestled in between a few volcanos, one of which is very active. It was also the cheapest place… continue reading »
Nicaragua After traveling Europe for nearly a year I began to feel a little dim-witted knowing only how to speak one language, English, so I decided to attend a Spanish school in Nicaragua. I read online it was one of the easier languages to pick up. It was not. The Spanish School I ended up… continue reading »