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Anada Bar and Restaurant- Fitzroy, Melbourne

Just last night, my girlfriend and I sat at a petite, Spanish restaurant called Anada. It was a cosy place, which was very busy and now I know why. 646 more words

Quote of the week #01 - Rockers are everywhere

Yesterday in Spanish class there was a situation that threw me a curve, but I think it was quite funny. I like slapstick.
We had to describe photos and our current main topic is “immigrants and immigration from Africa to Europe”, so I described a picture of some black Africans, that have not enough water. 33 more words


What resonates in everyone

On Saturday, I volunteered at a free health fair as a Spanish translator.

My Medical Spanish professor informed my class of the opportunity, and I decided, as someone on the fence about going into the medical field / getting an MD, the experience would be worth it. 613 more words


Sam's Crash Course Spanish - Week 1 - Part 2

Basic Verbs – Present Tense

Yo Como – I eat

Tú Comes – You eat

Él / Ella / Usted Come – He / She / You (formal) eat… 86 more words


First Impressions from Our Argentinean Friends

by Langley’s World Language Department

Each year, Langley hosts a group of middle school boys from the Rosario Jockey Club of Argentina with the goal of assisting our students in forming meaningful connections with native Spanish speakers. 416 more words

The Langley School

This goat cheesecake was not exactly a travel-recipe, so why does it deserve a position in this blog? Well, a short while ago my travel-buddy Lucie came to visit me in my home town. 571 more words


Sara Carbonero Spanish sports journalist

Sara Carbonero Spanish sports journalist

While she looks exceedingly like Adriana Lima, this weeks edition of Banned’s Great Gallery features Spanish sports reporter Sara Carbonero of Toledo, Spain (not to be confused with Ines Sainz of Mexico). 58 more words

Sara Carbonero