Cooperativa Spanish School - San Pedro, Guatemala
Here is a link to their site: http://www.cooperativeschoolsanpedro.edu.gt/html_eng/indexen.htm
And here is our review: http://www.getupandglobe.com/speaking-spanish-in-san-pedro/
Feel free to let us know if you have more questions!
The OP has been on the boards for a while now, with genuine contributions and questions.
I know we all hate any abuse of the boards but considering both posts are in the same forum, 2 minutes apart, I'm sure it was a technological glitch rather than bombardment marketing.
Maybe politely pointing out the duplication rather than a snarky comment would be more appropriate?
Just a thought...
No idea why it doubled up...but is it honestly worth even mentioning? It is fixed. Whew, glad we dodged that bullet.
My instructor has taught at the school for 8 years, his wife for 4. My wife's instructor for 6. On their website is a staff pic that was taken 4 years ago.... I recognized most of those people still teaching there this past May. In this particular case amigo, your information is false. Cooperativa is an outstanding school... I have already had 2 people email me, saying they agreed, and another one who thanked me for the post and as a result she will be enrolling in Cooperativa when she goes to San Pedro this summer.
As mentioned above please do not hesitate to give me a shout if you have any more questions about the school...
Happy weekend everyone!
Glad you enjoyed your experience though.
Our classes were in the afternoon (when it rained), so during the morning we got up, started our homework, had breakfast, went to the gym, more homework, got ready for class, had lunch, and then we were in class from 2-6PM. After dinner we might go for a drink or two, but never stayed out too late, preferring to wake up early and enjoy the day.
I suppose it also felt like a little less of a party scene because we were there during slow season. If we were there in the middle of peak season, I can understand how this might have been a bit more challenging.
My problem would be there are too many social English Speakers to interact with, and I might lose track of my studies.
I stayed in the big cinderblock skyscraper by the docks. They were cheap, the people were good, and when they were full, they let me sleep in a cot or a hammock on the porch for half prices.
Agua Azul,,, I think. They had some pretty good pizza, too.
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