Music to Learn Spanish Post 5

 

La Espada & la Pared is the iconic third album by Chilean band Los Tres.

That is the fifth publish within the Cross Continent Cruising “Music to Be taught Spanish” collection!

In 1970, Chile grew to become the primary nation in Latin America to democratically elect a socialist chief

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Lake Como Area

Lake Como Area

Author: Shellyf (More Trip Reviews by Shellyf)
Date of Trip: June 2015
My wife and I and another couple planned this trip long in advance and that was the key to everything going right. We used alphaflightguru.com to get half priced business class seats to Milan and arrived

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5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Solo Travelling

Planning a little solo jaunt across the land? If this is your first time planning your virgin solo adventure, I understand completely how excited and nervous you are. I was once in your shoes.

Before you slap on your backpack and march out that door, here’s a small checklist of things

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5 Inspiring Journeymakers I’ve Met On My Travels

Pedro from Guatemala

Pedro from Guatemala

Journeymakers are the people you meet who make your trips more memorable. People who share their spirit & enthusiasm with everyone they encounter.

This month I’m partnering up with American Express for their 100th anniversary to highlight some of my favorite

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Why Online Maps Are Handy

Today, most people spend a considerable amount of time online. There is also more and more people spending time traveling then in decades past. Some reasons include more people traveling for business, and also the cost of travel is more affordable, with more options available for booking reservations for various

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Historic Prague

Historic Prague

Author: Alan Robinson
Date of Trip: October 2015


prague clock tower

Ok, Prague, here we come.
In our past travel experiences we have relied on the Hop-On Hop-Off bus system to acquaint us with unfamiliar destinations. Well, one of

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Free Service in Spain

Free Service in Spain

Author: Conchy (More Trip Reviews by Conchy)
Date of Trip: September 2015


Just returned from a 3 weeks trip to Spain. Had a wonderful time in Santiago de Compostela, bringing back memories of when my husband and I lived there as newly wed and students. Spent

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Mexican Slang: The Definitive Guide

The Mexican flag flying over the land where Mexican slang is spoken.Ah… Mexican slang. We’ve taken a brief look at you before, but we really only scratched the surface.

As the world’s largest Spanish-speaking country by population, Mexico and its unique national slang deserve a much more in-depth

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How To Travel Across The United States

The United States has so much variety, that it would take a person a lifetime to see all that the different states has to offer. From National parks, to Forest, from theme parks to historic monuments, it is no wonder more and more people set out year after year, traveling

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A Botswana luxury safari

A Botswana luxury safari Tweet

There are a few different ways to go about a safari. One is roughing it — getting dirty, sleeping in a flimsy tent on an even flimsier camping mat, sitting around an open fire to enjoy modest meals seasoned with dust and ash and lit by

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Packing & Planning For The Arctic Circle Trail

Packing for Arctic Circle Trail

Packing for the Arctic Circle Trail

Kangerlussuaq, Greenland

Preparing to hike Greenland’s Arctic Circle Trail? Here are some useful tips for packing and planning your trek based on my Greenland adventure in August 2015.

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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Peruvian Beaches

When someone mentions “Peru,” images of bucolic mountain pastures, ancient Incan ruins, and verdant Amazonian jungle are probably the first thing that pop into your mind. But this beautiful South American nation boasts miles and miles of gorgeous Pacific coastline, and it is also home to some amazing beaches. Let’s

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