How to construct a ‘falla’

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How to construct a ‘falla’

Las Fallas is already upon us: Valencia celebrates its most recognised party in style, that of ‘Las Fallas’. It is a celebration based around fire and fireworks which culminates on the 19th of March with the burning of the eye-catching fallas; huge satirical sculptures which represent current topics, customs…

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Halloween, Spanish Style

Only recently have we started celebrating Halloween in Spain. True: it is not an official holiday, and some people don’t like it because it is “imported” or “disrespectful to the dead;” but it is also very popular and it becomes more so every year. In fact, it has been accepted to the point where, slowly, it has been “Hispanized.” Why is Halloween having so much success in Spain? We’ll tell you some of the reasons, both philosophical and practical.
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Goodbye Enfocamp!

August has come to an end, and the time for our to camps say goodbye. It seems like yesterday when the first campers arrived here on the 3rd of July!
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Youtube and our camps

We have all accessed Youtube at some stage. These days, it seems rather commonplace to do so. Yet, little over six years ago the mere idea of watching the video of some Japanese fellow on holiday or the latest mischief of a cat living in California on the Internet was beyond thought.
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How to get and share contents from Enfocamp Club

The camps have begun and each day something new happens. How can we get informed about what’s happening in the different destinations?
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¡Happy birthday, Rafa!

One of the greatest sportsman in Spain turn 25: the tennis player Rafa Nadal.
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Fernando Alonso celebrates 10 years in Formula 1

March 4th 2001, a decade ago today was when Fernando Alonso began his career which has seen him win 2 world titles and 26 victories at the top of Formula 1.
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Dictionary of Exclusive Latin Americanisms

Over 450 million people speak Spanish, but by no means do they do so using the exact same vocabulary. Although 80% of the lexicon is used worldwide, there remains 20% of vocabulary which is country or region specific.
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Enfocamp Valencia Spanish school, Spain Spanish summer camp

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Enfocamp Marbella Alemán Spanish school, Spain Spanish summer camp

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