Carnival of Jiutepec From January 18 to 23, 2018 On Thursday, January 25 the carnival of Jiutepec begins (the first carnival of the year in the state of Morelos), starting with the “Procession of the Widows” and later with the traditional “Jump of the Chinelo”, which will take place until January 29 from 10:00 at the morning in the ZócaloLeer Más
Archivos por Etiqueta: TEPOZTLAN
Con la Mente Abierta [Written by Kailee Haong coming from Gonzaga University in U.S.A. and ex-student at Spanish School Uninter; she tells us about his experience studying Spanish language, living in Mexico with a Mexican family and denying some myths about the Mexican country]. More often than not, we disregard our southern counterparts by categorizing them as poor, lesser, drug-riddledLeer Más
Today was finally our trip to Tepotzlan! It is one of my favorite places in the whole world. We made it to the “pueblo mágico” and started our trek to the top of the Tepotzteco. On top of this enormous mountain lie pyramids (that we ate our pack lunches on!) It started to rain pretty hard, so we carefully hurriedLeer Más
Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhereLeer Más
Back in 2004, I first attended UNINTER as a student with a group from my community college in MD. The dire ctor of the foreign language program there said that after checking into the programs in various Spanish speaking countries, she decided that UNINTER had the best program for the money. I believe many factors influenced her decision: quality ofLeer Más
Una nueva experiencia de Lyons Township High School en Cuernavaca para aprender, vivir y amar el español.
El grupo de estudiantes que acompañan las Maestras JoEllen y Elena disfrutan de dos semanas de clases de español y cultura, interacciones con estudiantes mexicanos, un partido de fut bol, actividades recreativas, visita a un orfanatorio y excursiones (Teotihuacan, Ciudad de México, Taxco, Las Estacas, Tepoztlán, Orfanatorio Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos) componen el programa con el cual aprenden, viven y aman elLeer Más
MU Osher Lifelong Learning Spanish Immersion group at the Universidad International in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
MU Osher Lifelong Learning Spanish Immersion group at the Universidad International in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Participants lived with Mexican families and attended class from 8 -2. Traveled to Mexico City, Puebla, Taxco, Tepoztlan, and various archeological sites. Enjoyed charitable projects. Judy has directed this group for 9 Osher trips. Viva Mexico !Leer Más