Director- Raul De La Mano Ever since I got down the plane and saw my director Raul, holding the Sol Abroad Program sign he automatically made it feel like home and he really does have a passion for sharing his hometown to us. On the way to meeting our host parents, he told us the … Continue reading For my sol mates & director ❤
Coming to Argentina I knew I was going to try many new foods and myself being the least picky eater in the world and I knew I was just going to love everything… and I was correct. Breakfasts are very light in Argentina (simply a toast) with mate which was a bit different to my … Continue reading Lets talk about food!
Getting to Universidad de Belgrano, I was so excited to learn about this building, the international students and the classes they had to offer. A fun fact is that this building is right in front of Albert Einstein house! Imagine having to pass by Albert Einstein’s house going to school! Very cool.. I mean casual… … Continue reading Universidad de Belgrano
Coming to Argentina I was so confident in my Spanish speaking skills because everyone knows that I am very fluent, yet coming to Argentina the language itself has cultural differences. In a Native Spanish speaking country the linguistic community such as Mexico and Argentina and many other countries who speech Spanish, there is a heterogeneous … Continue reading Differences in the Spanish language between Mexico and Argentina
Libreria El Ateneo, Buenos Aires Leaving behind a family, friends and a life is not simple, especially being the first in your family and from friends who studies abroad. I always take advantage of the different opportunities that my family gave me, being a first generation student and a first generation immigrant, I really see … Continue reading One semester at Argentina Intro -Rosa Angela