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Coffee is one of the most famous symbols of the Italian lifestyle: the “espresso” is popular and imitated all over the world, and it represents a common connection between the North and the South of Italy. Even though the first “coffee machine” was invented in Turin, the artisans of Naples [...]Read more ›
Why is it that an English male on the other side of the planet can be drawn to cry when he can’t find a good local pub to hang out at? The English pub is the cornerstone of English culture. Where they socialise and meet, where they unwind with a [...]Read more ›
Many countries have regional variations in culture and identity. Their differences though are not so much in contrast that when they get together and show there pride at being united that their flag is one of the few things in common that they share. Switzerland. The one thing in common [...]Read more ›
Buenos Aires Set at the furthest end of Latin America. After centuries of blending, the huge wave of immigrants that have come to the mild southern climate, the porteños (as inhabitants of Buenos Aires are called) often prided themselves on being European. They have often looked to Europe for their [...]Read more ›
La Carnival de Barranquilla, Quien lo vive, quien lo goza The Carnival of Barranquilla, Who lives it, is who enjoys it When it comes to parties or fiestas the latinos are 2nd to none. They love a good party and like to make it last as long as they can. [...]Read more ›
A Sou is a colloquial French word which can translate to penny, money or cents The most common introduction to the word sou is when someone is penniless and they will say “Je n’ai pas de sou“. I don’t have a penny/cent. The currency sou has not been in [...]Read more ›
When learning a language, as we delve deeper into the language, we start to notice words that are used frequently. Sometimes we find these words confusing because the same word has many different meanings depending on the context. Rollo is one such word in Spanish that has that effect. Although [...]Read more ›