Follow up to this question… I'm going to have my CELTA in two weeks and want to teach English in a Spanish speaking country…where should I go? [more inside]
I am trying to find a South American or Latin American film that we watched when I was in college in the 80s. It was described by the professor as being an example of "magic realism" in film. The scene I remember was of an orchard with trees in bloom and the flowers all turned into butterflies. It was NOT an animated film. Any help greatly appreciated!
I'm looking for teaching opportunities in South America and maybe Spain. I'm about to graduate with a BA, learned Spanish as my second language, and am looking for a position teaching English that wouldn't require me to pay much of anything to do it. [more inside]
Looking for examples of environmental (in)justice in Mexico, Cuba, and/or northern South America. [more inside]
My friend found this strange fruit somewhere in or around Oaxaca, Mexico. What is it?
How can I work in economic development in Latin America? [more inside]
What is the English teaching situation like in Latin America right now? I'm looking for something to do for July and about half of August, and I have a TEFL certificate and some experience. Other suggestions for spending worthwhile time down there welcome. Sidenote: I don't speak Spanish, but learning would be a big incentive for going. [more inside]
Two friends and I are looking for a crazy adventure story-of-a-lifetime vacation in Central or South America for roughly a week, and I am completely stumped. Help? [more inside]