Are you ever confused about what to say to other pedestrians? Our Mexico City friends Miguel, Anvar and David have agreed to pass on a few tips regarding what to say, and when, as we navigate the streets and sidewalks of the habla hispana (the Spanish speaking world).
Cata and Cleer teach us how to order food at a restaurant.
One nice morning we found these friendly guys running around Panama while training to participate in different US marathons. One of them is the manager of a professional soccer team. These friends are great proof of how exercise keeps us in good shape and great spirits throughout our lives.
Can money buy happiness? That’s the subject of this friendly debate between Ester and her friend… Ester. It seems that too much reasoning has split our Aula Azul friend in two. Can money at least cure our friend Ester?
Silvia, who lives in San Sebastián, was good enough to share her daily routine with us. She leads a very active lifestyle that includes a meal with her parents, work at a Spanish language academy for foreigners (El Aula Azul), a drink with friends, and even some quality time with her cats!
Collecting, restoring and “souping up” Volkswagens is a passion shared by Latin Americans from Baja to Buenos Aires. They love the mechanics and the mechanical lingo. But what’s as clear as the Adicora sky, is that what keeps them united is not pipes and motors but friendship.
We continue to talk with VW fans in Venezuela. There’s something about that German engineering that gets into Latin blood, it seems. Fans rave that they’re beautiful, unique and reliable, running on pure gasoline.
Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, USA, Venezuela
Although one language unites the people from all Spanish-speaking countries, it is useful- and fun- to become familiar with the different vocabulary and expressions utilized by Spanish speakers from various nations.
Miriam Fernández of Guayaquil, Ecuador, introduces us to the renowned "Malecón 2000," a pier where people of all ages can enjoy a plethora of attractions from historical monuments to modern day bars and restaurants, excursions and more.
Argentina, Cuba, Venezuela
Welcome to Miami's Calle Ocho, a street in Miami which allows us to catch a glimpse not only of Cuban culture, but also the various other Latin American cultures which merge and congregate there.