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Volunteering abroad at Diverbo´s Pueblo Inglés

“Our days were so well-structured that time flew by”. This is how Sharon Green, an American volunteer at Diverbo’s Pueblo Inglés in Cazorla, Andalucía last summer, describes her experience with Diverbo: “I fell in love with Spain while visiting my son, who was studying abroad in Granada. I hoped to return someday, but knowing no Spanish […]

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A week of good food at Pueblo Inglés Galicia

Have you ever wondered what our participants at Pueblo Inglés eat during their week of stay with us? Briana just visited Vilalba (Galicia) and she published a post in her personal blog about the food that she most enjoyed. Hope you enjoy it as well! By Briana, Blog: (La Vida Rica) The people at Pueblo […]

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Meeting the one, by Terri Wingham

“I cannot think of anything more vulnerability inducing than spending a week speaking a foreign language. A week where you are not permitted the security of your mother tongue – not even for five minutes – (I think many of us would rather chew on broken glass). So, you can imagine the respect and admiration […]

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The English Village volunteer, by Dylan Lowe

Dylan Lowe, who spent a week at Pueblo Inglés teaching English, share in Student Travelog his experience. “It’s hard to believe that, mere seven days ago, as we were spirited away from regal Madrid to rural La Alberca, a town of medieval charms and one of Pueblo Inglés’s host venues, the now-parodied awkwardness did keep […]

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Talking your way to Spain, by Carla Waldemar

“Most of us vacationing abroad can interact only with taxi drivers, waiters, and hotel clerks. Here, in the Pueblo Ingles program, the conversations quickly make the leap from “Where do you live/What’s your job?”  to politics, religion, abortion—and those are merely the safe topics”. These words come from Carla Waldemar, an anglo who spent a […]

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