Spanish is one of the world’s most popular languages and opens doors to travel and work experiences abroad in many countries around the world. And what better way to improve your Spanish language skills than by inviting a native Spanish speaker to stay with you? Here are 10 of our Guests with Spanish (and plenty
Masa is a masters student with a passion for photography and art. She’d love to teach children or teenagers in a family cambio environment this winter. Keep reading to find out more about Masa and the amazing cambio experience you could have with her! Where are you from? Belgrade, Serbia. Tell us a bit about yourself. I
Paloma de la Fuente, a photojournalist from Madrid, travelled all the way to the Rockies, USA to spend three months on a cambio with the Peden family. We previously posted a short interview with Paloma after she finished her cambio, but she had a lot more to tell us! I chatted to her over Skype to find out
Paloma de la Fuente – a music fan and photojournalist from Madrid, Spain – went on an overseas cambio to Evergreen, USA, staying with her lovely Host family – and a Paraguayan guest! In exchange for their warm welcome, Paloma spent some time helping the four kids with basic photography and Spanish. Keep reading and
Planning a trip to Spain soon? Inviting a Spanish-speaking visitor into your home is a great way to prepare some basic phrases for communication in Spanish. A phrase book will teach you how to order a meal and find the train station, but there are some expressions that you can only learn from the locals.