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Antigua and Barbuda is an island nation located in the eastern Caribbean Sea, on the sea's boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. There are two major islands - Antigua(IPA: /ænˈtiːgə/) and Barbuda (/bɑrˈbjuːdə/), which are close neighbors within the middle of the Leeward Islands, roughly 17 degrees north of the equator.The islands of Antigua and Barbuda are part of the Lesser Antilles archipelago. To the south of Antigua and Barbuda lie the islands of Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. Montserrat lies

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Shamere Y :

does anyone know where i can find a list of lessons and classes in antigua (like swimming lessons, dancing lessons ect)?

nena_en_austin :
"I say got to the website of Antigua. there it will show the amenities plus what us offer there."
stella39 :
"you need to do a search on swimming lessons or dance lessons in Antigua and sites will come up. good luck s"
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zigmanfraud :
"I'm not quite sure what your question is but if you give more detail maybe I could help/"
jidon :

home stays Antigua Guatemala I want to live with a Guatemalan family in Antigua Guatemala without to learn Spanish ,do you have some good address Thank you very much Jidon

Derek H :
"I dont have any addresses. But I stayed in Xela without having to take classes. There's a million schools in Antigua, contact one. I'm sure there are message boards also at hostels or hotels where families are advertising rents."
didier :
"Dear Jidon I studied with a private teacher who had been recommended by a friend. This teacher had twenty years of experience, and because the instruction was one-to-one I found that classes could be arranged for our mutual convenience. She was broadminded, so we could converse about many topics without reservation; we spoke about politics, religion, the manner of people’s lives. When I started with this teacher I already spoke relatively good Spanish. With her help I achieved an even greater fluency and accuracy with the language. In total I stayed in Antigua for six weeks, studying the whole time I was there. While I was in Antigua I looked into the different Spanish schools located there. I found many of them have websites on the internet that are very informative, but these individual sites are naturally biased toward the individual schools. One very good website,, is an independent, non-profit listing of language schools located all over the world. Recommendations and comments are made by former students about different schools; each school is rated according to a five star system. Students classify their school according to the criteria described on the site. These criteria include program quality, accommodation, facilities, value for money, whether or not the school is “student friendly”, and the ubiquitous “fun factor”. There are thirty separate schools in Antigua that have been classified by the comments of former students; the only one to have been rated with five stars is Don Pedro de Alvarado Spanish School,antigua, guatemala.... It is the only school to have achieved a five star rating, so for the moment, the Don Pedro school seems to be the most accomplished in Antigua according to this website. Don Pedro is the only five star school listed. The best school in the four star category is the Central Linguistico Internatcional, email. Three star schools include Probigua, email; La Union, email; Sevilla, email españ; Proyecto Francisco Marroquin, email; Academia Zamora, email... I will not list all of them as there are many more on the website. I would not recommend the schools that have only one star because their comments are disastrous! You really need to form your own opinion when you visit the I also asked the opinion of my teacher about the schools in Antigua; she had worked in several of the schools over many years. In her opinion, the best schools are those which maintain a small group of loyal teachers, twenty teachers at most, in permanent employment. These teachers come to know each other and work together well over a long period of time. A good school will not seek freelance teachers only according to the numbers of students enrolled at any one time. To work in an optimal fashion a good language school will enrol between 15 and 30 students at a given time. If a school is large and tends to have 50 or more students you must be wary; it is very difficult to maintain more than fifty teachers who all have adequate experience to be successful. My own teacher recommends the Don Pedro de Alvarado Spanish School as first choice, followed by the Academia Alameda, email, and finally the Academia Zamora (listed above).... ... I hope you make a good choice and are happy and successful with your studies! Didier"


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Date: 2008-02-03 13:45:51

The international Internet gambling dispute, potentially valued at billions of dollars, continues. Costa Rica and Antigua separately filed for World Trade Organization (WTO) arbitration on January 28, seeking compensation from the United States as a result of the U.S. withdrawal of its commitment on cross-border gambling services.

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Sebastian Rametta Coffee FarmsSebastian Ranetta founded San Sebastián farm in 1990 Ever since, San Sebastián farm has cultivated it's brands of Antigua coffee. It has also utilized anchient techniques to this day makin

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On one of my last days in the town of Antigua, I was exploring a huge open air market. The market sold every single thing you could imagine.

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