Passion for Spain & Latin America

Amanda and Dieter 's Blog

Courses for School groups – Dimensions

Course for School groups: Dimensions With Dimensions, traditional roles are reversed as the student is the protagonist and the teacher the guide. This course is anchored in creative and collaborative learning and students work on projects together using innovative in-house resources and tools. Their work is later published on our

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Course for School groups – Inti’s Spanish week(s)

Course for School groups: Inti’s Spanish week(s) The intensive nature of Inti’s Spanish journey makes all the difference- Usually students are rushing from subject to subject. With 3 or 4 lessons lessons each day dedicated to Spanish and only Spanish, students quickly notice a huge improvement in their Spanish speaking

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Courses for School groups – Inti’s Spanish day(s)

Course for School groups: Inti’s Spanish day(s) Inti’s Spanish day(s) is designed to ignite students’ passion for Spanish! Students will discover that Spanish is easy to learn and is a portal to the fascinating land of Hispano American culture. ntensive Spanish immersion in small groups will help students build up

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Amanda and Dieter

Hello everybody!

Greetings from Salamanca, Spain and welcome to our BLOG.

We've been living in Spain for over 30 years and are looking forward to sharing insights and experiences about our much loved adopted home.

Rather than providing a trot through every city or an exhaustive what to do list when in a place, posts focus on a few of our favourite things. Places to eat, stay, drives, sunsets will feature. Some well known, some secret. And wine, cooking, sport and Spanish treats too.

Amanda Wiggert McCarthy

"I'm calling to tell you that you are going to Salamanca next year on some new EU wheeze called Erasmus. I forgot to pick anyone last term. Going to take the first three I find who speak Spanish. ¿Tú hablas español, no?"

And so I landed in Salamanca and it all began ...

Dieter Wiggert

I was nineteen and aboard a train in Germany when a brochure left behind on the seat beside me entitled “Learn Spanish in Spain” caught my eye. It was packed with Spanish schools dotted all over Spain.

One city had a name that was so appealing I said it to myself out loud a few times: Salamanca. And that was that. Just a few weeks later I Ianded up here.

We hope to have shared our love of Spanish and Latin America
and will be back soon to paint more pictures in your mind…

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