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Teach English In Spain And Live With A Family

Posted by Randy LeGrant | Dec 29, 2011 10:05:00 AM

From Lauren's travel journal on spainWe're here at the end of the year and I'm going through a lot of travel journals from our volunteers in 2011. There are a lot of great journals in our Community Pages.

One of my favs was by Lauren Linares. Her journal, Vino, Besos y Mas, was joy to read. I am linking to her final entry entitled Ciao for Now. But if you check it out, take a look at her other posts and photos as well. But Ciao For Now provides a great list of "I will miss" sentences.

For example, Lauren will miss the olives, the kisses goodnight from the children she tutored on our program, "Live With A Family In Spain And Teach Them English."

If you plan to go to Spain with GeoVisions, this travel journal is a great place to start. Even if you're going elsewhere, try starting here and then browse through the subgroups where we have more journals from other countries.

Live With A Family In Spain And Teach Them English is a great opportunity to teach English in Spain but have the security of a host family and 3 meals each day. It's a great way to travel to Spain or teach in Spain.

Did you know this program is one of the very few with a "low season" price?

Try to beat 1 month is Spain, living with a family and teaching them English, 3 meals each day and your own room for $895. Yep. Under $900 for the month. And if you can stay for 3 months the fee is $970…less than $100 more for 60 more days. At 3 months, you're spending $11 per day. Try to live and eat in your apartment for that!

Seriously. Check out Lauren's journal and then the program and maybe I'll see you in Spain real soon!

In the meantime, here are some interesting Blogs and posts about living and teaching in Spain I came across and recommend:

Teaching English in Spain: An Interview with Cat Gaa (Part 2)

Written by Randy LeGrant

Randy is the Executive Director of the GeoVisions Foundation. He has spent the last 44 years managing organizations that send people abroad on cultural and educational exchanges.

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