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American owned and operated. Lodging, meals, and materials are included. Come to Veracruz by plane (we'll meet you at the airport), bus, or car. Non-traditional Spanish language immersion optimizes your learning in this very safe, very friendly city.

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Intensive Spanish Language Immersion at Veracruz's Spanish Language Immersion School

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Veracruz  011.52.1.229.134.9030
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The School's Mexico Address
The Language Immersion School
Calle Alacio Pérez #61
Col. R. Flores Magón
Veracruz, Ver. Mexico
C.P. 91900

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A parade ending in front of our school.



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Here are friends who are part of what make both the City and State of Veracruz so much Fun--and such a successful place to learn Spanish. Everywhere you go and with everyone you see, you'll be able to practice.

  • www.scubaver.net buceo y snorkel del sistema arrecifal veracruzano
    Jose Antonio Loustalot Laclette and his wife Ana Paulina Torres own the scuba shop we use. Joseph, their son, works right along with them and handles most English-only speaking customers. The shop's service is excellent, and their knowledge of the coral reef system makes for superior diving adventures. They are Padi and ISS authorized. If you're a diver, a trip with them will introduce you to scuba and snorkel in Spanish. And if you want to learn to dive, you can do it, for safety's sake, in English.

  • www.raftingsinlimite.com, Disfruta la aventura del rafting, tirolesa, rappel y caminata con la mejor y única empresa nativa de Jalcomulco, Veracruz.
    The brothers Josa, Chevy, and Rafael Rodríguez Téllez are owners of a great rafting and adventure company located in the small town of Jalcomulco. The bus ride from Veracruz directly to the town square takes you down back roads and through quiet villages. Rafting the beautiful Rio Antigua, in its deep and lush river canyon is a never-to-be-forgotten experience. The brother Chevy is Mexico’s national rafting champion. The family is native to Jalcomulco. They know everybody in town, and you get both rafting (or rappelling or zip-lining) and a chance to practice your Spanish visiting in the life of traditional small-town Mexico. You might want to stay in Jalcomulco forever.

  • www.cdcver.com
    Juan Padilla and his wife Elsa Casteñada own a very high quality computer training and networking shop. In the past Juan was highly positioned in Mexico's equivalent of the Department of Education. His engineers, among other thing, are certified Microsoft and Novell trainers. When you're staying with us, visiting him introduces you to a wealth of software Spanish, and education Spanish. Elsa is a top-notch accountant in private practice and offers you a wealth of interesting conversation about business, law, and accounting.

  • www.indumarver.com
    Alvaro Sánchez Pacheco and Ana Lydia Trujillo Hernández, husband and wife, own a shop that supplies materials, charts, equipment, and maintainence to the ocean going ships that come to port. Alvaro's a graduate of Mexico's Merchant Marine Academy (the Escuela Nautica). We buy all of our safety equipment for our small boat from them--life jackets that will keep you afloat for 8 days, GPS, marine two-way, etc., and even our holographic signaling mirror. (Ship's radar and three thousand horsepower diesel motors we haven't needed yet.) Ana Lydia and Alvaro are sources of another entire area of Spanish and a take on international business.

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    Bernardo Hernandez Guzman is the president of a commercial fishing cooperative. His coop hosts our small boat and advises us on all kinds of matters involving the ocean. Along with his wife, Lilian Simon Lara, and their pre-school son, Diego, Bernardo lives a life that constantly searches for a balance between economic need and his desire to protect the health of the Veracruz Coral Reef System. The coop, S.C.P.P. Bajo de Blanquilla has 33 members and ten licensed boats. These brave men fish from open launches some twenty-seven feet long using nets and lines. They offer tours of the coral reef system, and also they offer the (not easily found) opportunity to accompany them as they spend a day fishing on the open sea. Here's a whole new realm within which to develop your Spanish.

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    Gustavo Hernandez Ponce is a specialized lawyer working as a principal in the office of a Notario. The whole concept of Notario is foreign to U.S. thinking. Here in Mexico, a Notario writes up and certifies real estate transactions. To buy or sell a property one must use a notario for the legal aspects. The notario picks up part of what is done by a real estate agent, part of what is done by a mortgage company, and all that falls under title search, closing, title filing, and part of recording. Our deed for the school, a one page document in the U.S., is 27 pages long. Gustavo's wife is our instructor Alejandra. Here's an opportunity to talk about law in a foreign language in a foreign land. And, it's truly foreign to our American experience.

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    Fidel Rivera Gutierrez is owner of Fabricaciones y Ventas Rivera. He and his son Jorge contract works in stainless steel fabrication. In the highly corrosive atmosphere of the coastline (natural salt from seawater corrosion), stainless is a crucial construction component. Fidel is a master craftsman and is part of Mexico's growth into a business community of many small, excellent, honest and high quality businesses. Just as the small business contributes so importantly to America's economy, we're now seeing this business sector growing rapidly and successfully down here. Conversation with Fidel offers you perspectives on the industrial sector of Veracruz's economy.

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    Francisco Mendez Ayala is manager of El Martillo ferreteria. If you want to see retail in action, here's the place. A ferreteria is a hardware store, and hardwares are exceedingly important down here. Repairs are always needed, and most repair parts are purchased not until the moment of use. So even though Mexico is laid back, hardware stores are super fast-paced. It's an education all in itself. And, how often do you see display items attached upside down to the ceiling? Talking with Francisco allows you to get a high impact feel for high speed, high intensity, but very friendly, retail.

  • www.cafaselva.com
    Around the state, treasures are to be found. Cafaselva is one of these. It's a tiny community sharing an ejido (large tract of land owned by all members of the community) and working together to bring cultural and ecotourism treats to all who visit. Elijio Ruiz, along with his friends and neighbors will allow you to participate in beekeeping, the making of black-clay pottery, picking and preparing coffee beans, and touring the abundant forest. You'll feel like you've gone a hundred years back in time as you're getting a chance to practice your Spanish talking about life today and yesterday.

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    Agustin Lara and robust members of the community of Los Luceros, just up the coast from the Veracruz (the city), invite you to give sandboarding a try. They'll also take you on ecotours of the sand dunes and along the river (smooth water kayaking) as it approaches the ocean. Practicing Spanish is easy in the midst of the excitment if zipping down the dunes or floating through the semi-tropical forest lining the river banks.

  • www.coscomatepec.gob.mx
    Tamara Olmos and her staff are working within the city (small city) government of Coscomatepec to build a tourism presence. Sitting just below Orizaba Peak (the third highest mountain peak in North America) Cosco, as the locals call the city, offers a charming city cultural tour and beautiful, invigorating bike and hourseback nature tours passing through the surrounding forested open lands. Tamara speaks excellent English, but once outside her office only the horses and occasional burro will understand you unless you're practicing your Spanish.

  • www.coaxxalapa.org
    The first rate birding club, COAX, invites you to join in its once monthly birding outings. COAX draws on a variety of especially high quality resources in Xalapa, including Pronatura and The University of Veracruz. The photos mounted on the Club's website speak of the quality of their birding.

Veracruz, the city, is located in the state of Veracruz. Here's a look around.   Veracruz, the city
Veracruz, the state
The University of Veracruz
The Symphonic Orchesta of Xalapa
The Aquarium of Veracruz
Veracruz Magazzine
Scuba diving
Mountain and glacier climbing

map of the state of Veracruz

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HOME Blog about Mexico and Veracruz Testimonials, Recommendations Our Prices
Conversational Intensive Spanish Mexican Cooking w/Spanish Intensive English for Spanish Speakers CEU's and College Credit
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