Hispanics and Latinos in the United States Hispanics and Latinos Don’t Mean the Same Thing The Words “Hispanic” and “Latino” are NOT Interchangeable Educate Americans on the Words Hispanic and Latino The word Hispanic has “span” in it. Anyone can probably figure out it has to do with speaking Spanish or something “Spanish”. Latino, on
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These are opinion blog posts about Latin America written by Latam Living based on experience, research, and or personal knowledge of Latin America. Posts may include fun travel experiences, advice or tips for anyone considering travelling or relocating to Latin America. Each reader however, should do their own research and come to their own conclusions before making a decision to visit or re-locate anywhere on a permanent basis.
All Expats Are Escaping Something – 21 Latam Cities Expats Are Escaping to New Countries for Various Reasons Expats are escaping from Australia, Canada, Europe, the United States and more “first world” countries in exchange for a lower cost of living and typically less stressful lifestyle in less developed countries. Even “crime travel advisories” from
Expats Don’t Move to Ecuador in 2024, Ecuador Is Now Dangerous Violence Spike in Ecuador Ecuador has experienced a significant increase in violence in recent times. Guayaquil, the port city, with the largest population is the most dangerous city in Ecuador. 1,390 violent deaths were recorded in the first half of 2023, almost equal to
The Brazilian Experience! My Brazilian Experience Has Been Unforgettable! I’ve had the Brazilian Experience numerous times, last time being in 2014 and it’s never disappointed. I studied Portuguese at the Universidade de Pernambuco in Recife. It was a very long time ago. It was a cultural program offered through the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. I
Valladolid, Yucatán, Mexico is Amazing! Valladolid is a Pueblo Mágico in Yucatán Dani and I wanted a weekend getaway, so we decided to go to Valladolid. It’s a pueblo mágico in the state of Yucatán, México and it’s amazing! Valladolid is located 162 kilometers (100 miles) from Mérida, the capital of the state of Yucatán