This week Jim and May chat with Héctor and Beto from No Hay Tos about the Mexican state of Veracruz. Links:“Mi Tierra Veracruzana” by Natalia LafourcadeNo Hay Tos Podcast WebsiteNo Hay Tos Youtube ChannelNo Hay Tos PatreonLevel up your Spanish with our...
Where does the word gringo come from? Is it offensive? Learn about six popular theories about the origins of the word “gringo.” Which one do you think is true?Links:“Green Grow the Rushes” Song“Green Grow the Lilacs” SongLevel up your Spanish with our...
In this episode, Jim and May share what their motto means to them, and why they created Spanish and Go. The process of anything can be beautiful and sometimes people lose sight of that because they’re focused on racing towards the end goal - the...
¿Español Africano? Entrevista con Monanga Bueneke - African Spanish? Interview with Monanga Bueneke
Did you know that there’s a country in Africa where Spanish is the official language? Learn all about Equatorial Guinea in this week’s episode featuring YouTuber and Equatoguinean, Monanga Bueneke.Links:Monanga Bueneke’s YouTube ChannelLa Finca de...
One symbol you can see a lot in Mexico around this time of year is the skull. But death is not the only meaning behind it.Learn about the history and origins of the famous Mexican sugar skulls in this week's episode.Links:Episode 28 - Día de MuertosDay...
El Día de Muertos is celebrated across Mexico on November 2nd. It is believed that around this time, the veil between this world and the spirit world is thinner.Jim and May talk about the significance of the holiday in Mexico and how it’s...
Have you heard of telenovelas? They’re similar to soap operas, but with a couple of key differences. Of course there are crazy plot twists, unrealistic romances, and unexpected drama. But this week, Jim and May go deeper and chat about the origins of...
Moving to another country is something that not nearly enough people get to experience in their lifetime. Jim and May explore some of the pros and cons of living in another country in this week’s episode. They have lived in the US together, and now...
In this episode, Jim and May cover the history and cultural origins of one of the world’s favorite foods.
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