We're sad to see them go, but so glad that our teens had a great summer learning Spanish in Costa Rica.  From making new friends, to trying new foods, to Tarzan Swings in the Cloud Forest, this year's teen camp was our best one yet!

Intercultura's Teen Camp 2015 has started off with a bang!  The teens met on Monday morning and hit it off as if they were old friends.  They hit the town running with a trip to Heredia's Central Market where they tried an array of unfamiliar, exotic fruits such as carambola (star fruit), guanabana (sour sop), mamón and mamón chino (lychee) and even manzana de agua (water apple).  

Jane, 59 years old from the USA, has been with Intercultura for quite some time.  In 2009 she came to Intercultura for the first time. Since then she has returned every year. Get inspired by her Costa Rican Spanish learning experience!

Par Romiche Francois (Coordonnatrice de sensibilisation et professeure de français à Intercultura), Canada, mai 2015


von Natascha Rubin, Schweiz, Sprachaufenthalt in Sámara: Februar - April 2015

im Foto: Natascha (links) mit ihrer Gastschwester Estefanía

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Green Season… 5 weeks in

May 2015, 21 year-old Andreas from Denmark visited our Spanish school in Sámara. He already had an advanced Spanish level and participaed in our advanced level, which he says, was a very good experience. Even though he only took one week of classes, he has learned a lot. Read below in Danish what he has to say about his whole experience:


Two Weeks In…

I am in a little different situation than many Intercultura students in that, last November I sold everything I owned and moved to Samara Beach from Colorado Springs, CO. 

Not only is Maria an excellent and experienced Spanish teacher at our Samara Beach Campus, but also she is an artist and has painted some of our school walls.

"I never felt like I had the talent or that I could do the things I do now. I think many people are the same, but life always gave me situations that were leading me to do waht I do," she said.