Guillermo speaks about how the sound of the drum represents keeping moving rather than staying stagnant in life and how increasing one's sphere of vision and confronting one's emotions can lead to balance and ultimately, happiness.
Artist Leonardo Rodriguez Sirtori speaks about his latest project, a series of portraits that celebrate the nuances of black skin.
Marina and Sol explain to us how the verb "estar" [to be] can be used to describe the location of people, places and things.
Carlos and Cyndy chat about the different names used for some of the same objects in their respective countries, Colombia and Argentina.
Leonardo Rodriguez Sirtori, an artist from Bogota, Colombia, takes us to his workshop, offering us some insight into the work he creates.
While Yago has a serious conversation with Gardel regarding finding his place in the city and his need to look for a job, Morena makes it clear to Laura that she has no intention of using the fact that Yago is a Sirenio to her own advantage.