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The masked dance "Baile Mexicano" is performed
during the annual festival of San Pedro.
  A single corn stall is growing in a tiny triangle of land
outside this adobe house. Maize is a fundamental part
 of the Maya diet and figures prominently in the Maya
creation story.
   
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Live with Family option includes:
  • Classes for one week (4 hours a day, 5 day week)
  • Private teacher
  • Home-stay for 7 days
  • Private room in home of Mayan family.
  • 3 meals a day for 6 days (Sunday off).
    Families are used to having  vegetarian and vegan students so you will only need to inform the cook when you arrive.
  Classes Only option provides no housing arrangements but includes:
  • Classes  for one week (4 hours a day, 5 day week)
  • Private teacher

 

 



One Student
One Professor
Room and Meals with a Family

Price: $180.00 a week
Number of weeks you are paying for. 
(If you want to pay for 2 students for 1 week put 2.)


One Student
One Professor
Room and Meals with a Family
PLUS WIFI or PRIVATE BATH

Price: $190.00 a week

Number of weeks you are paying for. 
(If you want to pay for 2 students for 1 week put 2.)

WITH WIFI



Number of weeks you are paying for. 
(If you want to pay for 2 students for 1 week put 2.)

WITH PRIVATE BATH


One Student
One Professor
Room and Meals with a Family
PLUS WIFI AND PRIVATE BATH
Price: $200.00
a week
Number of weeks you are paying for. 
(If you want to pay for 2 students for 1 week put 2.)

 

 



One Student
One Professor
4 Hours of Class Daily

Price: $125 a week
Number of weeks you are paying for.
(If you want to pay for 2 students for 1 week put 2.)


Extra Hours Daily
Add extra hours of instruction

Price: $31.25 per week
(one extra hour each day M-F)
Number of extra hours per day (1 to 4):


Note from Jose: "When I studies Spanish many years ago, I took 8 hours of classes daily. That was really too many. I suggest 6 hours maximum."


Individual Hours
Add individual hours of instruction

Price: $6.25 per hour
Number of additional hours


       
 
   
These cuyucos made from a hollowed trunk of a tree are still used by the Tz'utuhil men for fishing.

For questions and answers in English call me in San Francisco, California at (415) 282-7654 (I will be away from December 25 to January .) or email me at .

Mailing address:
Casa Rosario Spanish School
Canton Sanjay
San Pedro la Laguna
Depto. Sololá
Guatemala, C.A.

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