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Tiago Saga: The Polyglot Musician

Here at Entrelenguas, we´re all looking forward to October 8th. Not only will it be the project´s second birthday, but we will be holding a concert to celebrate, headlining the British singer-songwriter Tiago Saga. Ahead of this exciting event, “Bye Bye Verano”, I had a chat with Tiago about his music, his past and, of

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European Day of Languages: A celebration of diversity

Following the success of the Year of Languages in 2001, the Council of Europe declared 26 September every year to be a European Day of Languages. On the day, events are organized across Europe to celebrate and learn more about the hundreds of languages spoken throughout the continent. The aim of the celebration  is to

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Vidados and Hazel’s story

Vidados and Hazel’s story | By Elsa Maishman Vidados is a global marketplace, with the aim to provide extraordinary activity holidays for extraordinary people. The organization does this by connecting would-be travelers with hosts in their destination country, facilitating the perfect tailor-made holiday experience. Hazel was one such would-be traveller. She was looking for a

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Spanish School in Ronda

The way in which we learn Spanish has changed.  We used to think that in order to learn a language we had to sit down with a paper and pencil and listen carefully to a teacher in a classroom.  However, we´re now learning that learning Spanish and real-life experience go hand in hand, giving the

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Cultural Hub | Things to do in Ronda

As the summer heat begins to fade, we at Entrelenguas plan to celebrate our second birthday and the change of the seasons with a music event on the 8th October at our cultural hub in Ronda. All are welcome: be they travellers, students, or local friends. Our celebration event, Bye Bye Verano, will be the

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My life in Ronda: A long process, but a good one.

A long process, but a good one. | Michael Buckland Two years ago we lived in Australia. We are now retired in Ronda, half way around the world. Why did we choose Ronda? We have lived and worked in many countries: England, United States (both coasts), Australia (three times), New Zealand (twice) and Canada. We

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Visit Ronda

Guided tours and cultural activities in Ronda Visiting Ronda is the option that more and more tourists are choosing when they vacation in Andalusia and Spain. But people’s interests are changing, and many travellers don’t want to be “tourists” anymore. When we travel we want to do what the locals do, we want to live

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Things to do in Ronda

Things to do in Ronda? When we talk about Spain, we talk about Ronda. Gastronomy and culture have become the most important “ingredients” in attracting people to visit Andalucía and, more precisely, Ronda. These are possibly the two aspects of our country that tourists from around the world know best, and in this city we

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Learn Spanish in Málaga

Spanish: a long distance

James Taylor moved to Spain about a year ago and during this time has climbed through the different levels of Spanish to become fluent. His only secret is his passion for the Spanish language and culture. We would like to share his learning experience with you all, as it will be for sure be inspiring for

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