Buenos Aires, La Horqueta, Argentina: My house is a beautiful home. THE place to have fun and enjoy. It has a garden, swimming pool, a number of bedrooms and bathrooms, inside a closed area (security) and it is very close to the highway. Beautiful area. Close to restaurants, clubs, shops, etc.
La casa es muy linda y es realmente un hogar divertido, es amplia, con jardin, parrilla, galería para estar con amigos, piscina, está en un barrio cerrado en San Isidro. Tiene varios cuartos y un escritorio también.
Type of Programme
One-to-one, personalised Spanish tuition living full-board with the tutor's own family and in the tutor's own home, including local visits and excursions, meeting friends, neighbours and professional colleagues etc.
Type of House: Detached House in Argentina
Teaching Qualifications and Experience
I have also studied and worked abroad. I did my postgraduate course in TEFL in the US, California. All this together with my qualifications make me a good candidate to work in an international company and or School. I have been teaching English for more than 22 years now. I created syllabuses, plans, evaluations, demo classes. I observed, gave feebdack, coached teachers, hired teachers, coordinated and created programs.
Hobbies and Interests
Yoga, footing, travelling, investigating cultures, creating and organizing events, singing, dancing, cooking, reading and writing novels and poetry, going to the movies and hanging out with friends and family, meeting, introducing and helping people, surfing the net, attending and creating webinars.
Excursions and Local Attractions
Buenos Aires Attractions
Cementerio de la Recoleta | Recoleta Cemetery
Junín 1790 (@ Vicente López); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4803-1594
$. Even if you land in South America knowing nothing about Buenos Aires, a likely first stop will be the Cementerio de la Recoleta. The cemetery is world famous and is the pride of the city’s living and dead...
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Hipólito Yrigoyen 219, and Balarce ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4344.3804
$. Built under President Julio Argentino Roca in 1882, the Casa Rosada has been the center of presidential activity ever since. With the pink side facing the Plaza de Mayo, and the beige sides calling less attention from surrounding streets, it is Buenos Aires’ version of The White House.
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El Obelisco | The Obelisk
9 de Julio (@ Corrientes)
Its lack of utility does not stop the Obelisk from being one of the main tourist attractions since its completion in 1936 and a f