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This Q & A sessions looks at:
#1: Singapore Real Estate and diversification.
#2: Ecuador political comments.
#3: Is gold a good buy?
#4: Can Ecuador shamans break the smoking habit?
#5: Questions about commodity trading programs?
#6: Can I raise money for US real estate abroad?
A reader asked this Singapore question after our message Global Investment Income where I wrote:
“One of the high yielding shares shares I like philosophically is the Suntec REIT in Singapore.
“Real estate makes a lot of sense to me now. Real estate prices have been crashing and creating some great values. Asian real estate makes a lot of sense and Singapore is one of the most trustworthy places to invest in Asia.
“Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust (SUN SP) is one of two Singapore-traded REITs controlled by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing. Li used to be a neighbor long ago when I lived in Hong Kong and is very shrewd, needless to say.
New Singapore Casino.
“Singapore has allowed two casinos to open. I am sad to see this as Singapore used to have strict attitudes about gambling and casinos. Lee Kuan Yew once said there would never be a casino in Singapore but these are two lavish locations opened in 2010, that will attract tourists and gamblers. Suntec’s main property is next door.
“With just two casinos Singapore has already become a rival to Las Vegas.
“Suntec REIT’s has office and retail property next to the new casinos. Suntecs office portfolio has 97.6% occupancy while the retail portfolio has 98.7% occupancy.
“Asia has great potential and the Singapore dollar has excellent underpinnings.
“Phillip Securities Research meanwhile is holding its forecasts and projections and maintains the Hold recommendation with fair value of $1.34. “We think management has done a good job in maintaining occupancy for the retail portfolio and improving the occupancy for the office portfolio. Note that office portfolio occupancy improved from 94.8% in 2Q09. Although reversionary rents probably softened in the wake of this, nonetheless leases were secured and mitigated the risk of tenants migration.”
“The good thing about REITs is their stable dividends,” this time when bank deposits have very low interest. Individual investors pay zero tax on the distributions, regardless of their nationality.
“Singapore-listed REITs are required to distribute at least 90% of their taxable income to unitholders, which makes them more attractive to those seeking dividends.
“Suntec REIT ticker symbol of (SUN.Singapore), owns premium retail and office properties in Singapore next to new casinos. The company has paid uninterrupted dividends every quarter since it went public in 2007.
The reader asked: Do you mean you might go now to Singapore, where the country is quite different? Do you mean Ecuador might not be the same after this turmoil?
My Reply: This is a suggestion of an investment in a share that provides diversification into Asia and the opportunity for income. This has nothing to do with living, moving or even visiting Singapore. I have no plans for this. I worked in Singapore for years many decades ago and have no interest except for passive investments. The turmoil in Ecuador seemed to last one day, affected very few people and may in numerous ways been good for Ecuador.
#2: Here are comments from more readers in Ecuador.
One wrote: You might like to remind readers that there are many more ambulances on the road compared to 10-12 years ago and that the police are paid better than ever before and that more of them are in paid employment which means more taxes are paid so more people for the infrastructure of Ecuador can be paid which will benefit everyone in the long run. Also the fact that also many Ecuadorians are still don’t trust the police because there are still a few corrupt police that insist on bribes before the take any action and so these people don’t know which police to trust and end up not trusting any of them. We have had first hand experience with people we have met in this instance. Also you might like to remind our readers that many Ecuadorians think that the former president Lucio Guiterrez was behind this trouble and that he is known for this type of action. Bitter because he was proved to be corrupt perhaps? Anyway Correa might be a hothead but as a father and husband would most likely not put his or his family’s lives in danger for political gain.
Reader Comment about WSJ article on Ecuador:
Hi Gary, Thanks for the update on Correa and the Wall Street Journal article. However I would remind you. The Wall Street Journal is owned by Rupert Murdoch. Very sadly it has become nothing but a right wing rag. I suspect there is more then a little right wing bias in this article.
My reply: The article seemed to present a view I heard from many others in Ecuador. I think the right wing is anti Correa who is mostly criticized as being left wing.
Another said: Why would any liberty lover, free enterprise person move to Ecuador? It is even more socialistic then the USA.
My reply: One could argue for a long time about which country is more socialistic…. but who cares which wing is causing the country to fly. The important point is how effective is the government in its interface with any particular portion of the public. Expat residents seem to be almost totally left alone.
Take income tax as an example. I was talking with an Ecuador attorney we send many of our Ecuador readers to for visa and tax advice. He has not yet had a client who has had to pay Ecuador income tax. He stated “it would be hard for an expat to pay Ecuador tax even if he wanted to unless someone in Ecuador is paying him a salary in Ecuador or he or she is invoicing Ecuadorians for Ecuador services. Living tax free anywhere does not seem socialistic to me.
Another wrote: It was nice to see my note in support of the President posted today, but I would like to state that anything written by Mary Anastasia O’Grady (opinion file of the Wall Street Journal) is a distortion of the truth. Again and again she has written in oposition of President Correa and anyone who is not to the extreme right or to her way of thinking. O´Grady persists in using politically charged language to amplify her misguided views and lack of understanding of events.
As a registered Republican I am anything but leftest, but there are times in which an adjustment must be made in order to correct the wrongs of generations of “Patrons” and Colonialism. The meeting of all the delegates of South American, as well as calls from Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, last Friday voiced support of this Government and of President Correa and clearly described this action of the 30th of September as an attempted coup . I think the attached photo of President Correa and Hillary Clinton demonstrate that relations with the West and Ecuador have warmed up. I was going to send you a copy of the the projects that the government have designated to be funded, but as a PDF file it was too heavy to send. At present companies from the United States and around the world are investing or looking to invest in some of these projects.
As a loyal American Veteran living in Ecuador, I too wish to live secure and in peace, but to do so one must have justice and provide the opportunity for the wealthest and the poorest members of society to succeed. In order for this beautiful country or any country to develop they must address 3 things. Infrastructure, Education and Health. As I see it, this is the goals of this government of “Correa”.
Thank you for taking the time to hear my views.
Too bad you didn’t get more than two person’s opinions (attorney’s, one patient’s) on what happened last weekend. There are reporters that have dug deep and found a bit different story on this. (Amy Goodman, for instance)
My girlfriend actually works in the police hospital where Correa was brought to, and also will refute a few details that you take for fact. The hospital is THE main police hospital and was controlled by the police, Correa was basically stuck at the hospital while police prevented him from leaving; it took overpowering military to extract him safely. It might warrant a closer look at what the Ecuadorean Congress actually passed in the law changes – it was a much better deal that the right-wing propaganda story that was blown out of proportion and led to the police uprising. The propaganda is so far reaching that even my girlfriend was starting to believe it.
My reply: I guess the reader did not read the other 20+ comments from readers in Ecuador.
Another reader asked about headlines at an Invest in Gold website:
Gary do you think this guy is accurate? The headlines say:
“Gold and Silver Are Sounding The Alarm Description:The currency crisis is almost here.”
My reply: Gold is insurance. I had gold before it rose and still have the same amount as I do not speculate in gold. Long term studies of gold and other commodities show they are the best investment during times of high inflation. This suggests that the high gold price has been created by:
A: Low return on other investments.
B: Pent up demand as gold was depressed for about 20 years.
C: Speculation and early anticipation of inflation.
The argument for near term inflation is far from won. The western industrialized could see an extended period of deflation. This suggests that gold is a highly speculative investment at this time with great risk of a drop in price.
Currency crisis? What crisis. the falling US dollar has brought great profits this year for all the readers who have read the numerous message at our site this year recommending to borrow dollars and invest in other higher paying currencies.
A reader wrote:
I wonder if you are contemplating a “stop-smoking” trips using shamanic techniques….and magic
if those shamans can heal from the dependencies of Nicotine……it’s big.
I think it will have a wider appeal and given the new environment and fresh air -it can be a success, I will be your first client. Bless
My reply. The Ecuador shamanic tours are about nothing. See more about this at Shaman tours.
Many shamans help overcome addictions but normally they’ll look beyond the symptom and go for the cure. They would not work on stopping smoking. They would look at why one smokes. This takes time to observe the lifestyle and would not be conducive to a tour. However I recommend you join a tour and do not discount spontaneous remission. I stopped smoking overnight 27 years ago after being a three pack a day guy since age 16. I was not even trying to quit and cannot tell you why I did expect I had a change of pace. Perhaps a shamanic tour would be the change of pace for you though it is not specifically about kicking the cigs.
A reader asked about a commodity trading program:
I just evaluated a new Forex trading software that one of my associates has financed and that he had developed. I have traded in the past in the Forex market at a time when the “expert advisers” (that is the name of those software that trade for you automatically in the forex market) did not exist and I know how difficult it is to make money in that field. I have been evaluating this software for some time, have seen some of the track record and have decided to open an account. I do not know if it is just pure luck but I invested just 9500 Euros on Sept. 14 and I am up 14% so far ; it did trade 17 times and had 14 wins and 3 losses. My associate, who has tested the software earlier, has a longer track record, that matches this type of return.
I have to admit that I am very puzzled……it seems to good to be true…..but the chart does not lie; yes I admit also that in the past few weeks we had a lot of currency movements which of course help.
This program uses stop losses. It does not ride the winners; it takes profit when the target is met. Once it has taken profit and conditions are still there, it will re-enter the trade for the next step.
Because you have a vast and long experience in the financial field, I wanted to talk about that when we meet next week, but also wanted you to look over that before we meet and get your gut feeling; I have no money invested in the software itself; I am just using it for now to test it.
Your thoughts will be appreciated because you are the only person I know who has the knowledge and intuition to give me advice on that.
My reply: There are three lessons I have learned from 42 years of observing commodity and currency trading and why I avoid it totally.
#1: This is a zero sum game. There is always one winner and one loser. This is Jyske trading room where was after the seminar. I know the head of Jyske’s trading operation well… Ivan Hansen… a genius. He has over 100 people…. traders, analysts and programmers and billions in capital trading 24 hours a day 7 days a week. They turn over 50 billion dollars a day.
I am going to compete against that? See how I explain this in a video on Jyske TV.
#2: The programs are always evolving. Every program seems to have its day then the market adapts and it no longer works. I lost a lot of money when a very bright trader had a system that worked perfectly for several years. I and many of my readers jumped in. We made some nice returns… nearly 100% in two years. Then we lost it all when it stopped working.
#3: Clients cannot handle the ups and downs. A small portion of one’s portfolio should indeed be in forex and or commodity trading, but its best pooled trading accounts where capital is sufficient to even out the bumps. This reduces profit when right but also lowers losses when wrong. I never write about this type of program for my readers because if it works well for awhile too many readers will abandon the broader good sense tenants of financial diversification. They do exactly the wrong then when the investment goes up and ditto when it goes down.
I have heard so many stories similar to this one so many times over so many years that I have come to recognize that I do not have the skills to understand them well enough to see their strengths and weaknesses. This is why I do not trade or use such programs. What I have seen is that the beginning of the story always begins in a similar upbeat way and the end every time has been a story of loss.
Final Question: Hi Gary. I Look forward to reading some of your articles and papers.
I operate a distressed asset fund (real estate and whole loans) and have successfully completed many projects in the past 2 years. I would like to raise additional capital to further add to the existing and prior success.
I am intrigued with the notion of borrowing capital from Japan and investing it in US foreclosures, REO’s and then fix/flip for yield and profit.
Am I being naive to think that this is feasible (borrowing capital from Japan and investing here in the US)? Regards.
My reply: This is not naive… but also not easy. I am putting together a course on how to raise funds abroad. One lesson shows how after the 1980s recession we helped a developer raise money abroad. I will announce the course soon.
Join Merri and me at our next course in Florida November 4 to 7,2010. Here are details.
Learn Spanish in Three Days
Learn Spanish in 3 Days – Cuenca Course – September 30, October 1 & 2, 2016Learn how to speak Spanish in just three days in Cuenca, Ecuador.
Super Thinking tactics help us absorb… retain and recall information better and faster. We prove this in our Super Thinking + Spanish course which teaches how to communicate in Spanish in just three days.
Learn Spanish in Cuenca, Ecuador, Friday, Saturday and Sunday September 30, October 1-2, 2016.
Rick Brown teaches 3 Day Spanish in Cuenca Ecuador.
Cuenca is Ecuador’s most popular city, a UNESCO World Heritage Trust site because of its many beautiful colonial buildings. Cuenca has wonderful architecture, tourist attractions, restaurants, hotels and night activity.
Ecuador Living Club members can enjoy discounts at Cuenca hotels as well.
This course really works!
An M.D. who attended wrote: We want to thank you plus all the others for making the class such a fun and rewarding experience. I took Spanish as an undergraduate and lasted two days before dropping the class due to my own anxieties. Over the years I have tried to learn French, Italian, and Spanish yet again using a variety of methods such as Rosetta Stone, Berlitz etc. and was never successful. I finally feel like I can be successful at learning to converse at Spanish–in fact already feel successful! Thanks so much for teaching an old dog some new tricks. We’re both looking forward to continuing the learning process, having fun doing so, and taking more classes.
See a ten minute video of Gary Scott and Pronunciation coach Don Childs showing how to get started creating Spanish sentences right now.
Unlock the power of your untapped knowledge.
Super Thinking + Spanish course goes beyond just learning to speak Spanish.
There are numerous little known, but scientifically proven ways to enhance the speed, accuracy and efficiency of your decision making process for greater wealth, health and happiness. In just three days you can gain almost amazing learning skills. Plus you become skilled in Spanish as a bonus.
In just three days? Sound too good to be true?
This is not a gimmick nor a trick. At least three best selling books, Superlearning, the Mozart Effect and Superlearning 2000 have revealed insights about how we can learn and think more powerfully based on systems drawn from the Bulgarian, Dr. Georgi Lozanov. In 1980 Superlearning sold over two million copies and showed how the Lozanov learning system blended long-tested sciences of yoga with contemporary physiology and psychology so people could learn faster and better.
The 3 Day Spanish system includes some of Dr. Lozanov’s original work that uses music to integrate brain waves so the process of absorbing, processing and recalling information is vastly accelerated. The course integrates the use of music with 17 lessons that teach you over 4,000 Spanish words.
Fluency in a language is considered to come when you know 1,200 words. To prove that it is possible to gain this and much more, let me share just one of the 17 lessons.
Here are the thousands of Spanish words lesson #1: All words in Spanish and English that end in ION are almost identical, just pronounced differently. For example action is accion, education educacion, manipulation, manipulacion, etc.
Now you already literally know hundreds of Spanish nouns. This is just one of seventeen Spanish lessons you gain. The next lesson teaches you how to pronounce each of these nouns. Then you learn in a third lesson almost as many verbs, almost as quickly.
You also learn how to avoid conjugating verbs by sticking with the infinitive (far easier than it sounds). This simple lesson leaves you sounding like a Spanish professor.
There are many other lessons. For example lesson five shows how to sound infinitely polite and yet get almost anything you want in Spanish. Lesson six gives you the valuable connectors and the seventh lesson triples your Spanish capacity with yesterday, now and tomorrow.
By the end of the three day course you will feel quite comfortable speaking Spanish without stress!
A delegate who learned Super Spanish outlined how this course can help you. After three days, I can speak Spanish in complete sentences. In simple conversations, such as buying groceries or ordering a meal, I can make myself understood. I think that’s incredible! Although I am far from the competence level of a native speaker, I feel I’ve taken a giant step forward in learning Spanish so that I can experience the people and culture of Ecuador. The foregoing benefits would have more than justified the time and money I invested in Super Thinking Super Spanish. And learning Spanish was not the most important benefit I got from the course. In recent years, I’ve rarely relaxed (No wonder I have had high blood pressure!) . In class, the past three days, I’ve been introduced to the calming effects of Baroque music. What a blessing! I’m inclined to make this a daily part of my life. Rob Christi
The Super Spanish helps you start speaking and understanding Spanish right away. This can help you speak Spanish faster and make your traditional Spanish course easier and more effective.
A Livescience.com article helps explain why this course works and how delegates are creating Spanish sentences by the first lunch break and can communicate well in Spanish after just three days. This article by Jeremy Hsu, LiveScience Senior Writer, is entitled “CIA Seeks Anyone, Anyone Who Can Speak 2 Languages”.
Four important points in the article are shown in excerpts below with my comments to show what has been wrong with traditional Spanish courses and why the Super Thinking tactic is perfect for this program.
This three day course gets you speaking and thinking Spanish all the time so you can use and/or think Spanish every day… and communicating even from the beginning. In this way the education grows even when Spanish is not being spoken.
The Super Thinking course first integrates the brain. Students learn better with relaxed concentration. Then the course teaches them 17 simple lessons so they know 4005 words in Spanish and can use them to create sentences. In this way, you can communicate in just three days.
Travel, accommodations and food are not included.
Here are what delegates wrote about a Super Thinking + Spanish seminar.
“Hi Gary & Merri, You two are the BEST!!! Your Seminar was fantastic! I am so excited. I had procrastinated fulfilling my continuing education for my Broker’s License and then just before my surgeries, I realized by expiration date isn’t Nov. 12th – it is Sept 12th. Well, as you can see prior to taking your course I had only completed 3 units of the required 45 units. I thought I would take your course and then complete my remaining 42 units over the next 2 weeks. However, I took one class exam on Saturday night, August 27th. I didn’t even take the cellophane off the required Course manuals until after I saw the two of you today less than 5 hours ago! I used your techniques and completed 39 units of continuing education today. I have now completed all 45 units. All of my test scores were in the 90.6-96% range. My course exam information is listed below. I just wanted to let you know how valuable your course was to me. Thanks again!” Suzy Kurinsky
Another wrote: Thanks for the Spanish course. This technique is truly a breakthrough in learning. I believe I learned more Spanish in four days than I learned in four weeks in a previously attended Costa Rica language school. The Costa Rica school taught a very limited number of memorized words and phrases. Ted.
Another delegate at a Super thinking plus Spanish seminar wrote: The Super Thinking approach exposed us to a broad variety of works and the technique needed to expand the language. Again, Thanks for the experience.
One attendee wrote: I just wanted to say thank you so much for everything during the seminar. You guys are indeed a shining example of having a business that truly serves others. And thanks for the extra time spent and good things taught to me personally. I have begun to implement them already and will continue to apply them. And you might be interested that waiting for my flight home I ended up sitting next to a woman from Quito and could understand some of what she said in a cell phone conversation. We talked a little and she said that I should visit Ecuador! Thank you again for your real graciousness and acceptance! I will also write to Merri and thank her as well. And I wish that I could do something for you two!
Another wrote: Thank you! We always look forward to spending time and learning about so many fascinating things. Like Minded people and Vivaldi! What could be better?
Another sent this note: Thank you for the wonderful workshop on Super Learning + Spanish! I really enjoyed the workshop.
Since I returned home, I have purchased some of the CDs of Baroque music and thought about which specific pieces will work best in different parts of my classes. I am also reading Perfect Health by Deepak Chopra. I found your discussion of this book to be very helpful in showing how to balance one’s life. I have adjusted my daily schedule, and I can already notice a difference in my productivity.
Thank you for sending the file of the 4005 Spanish words. This will be very helpful in my daily review of Spanish.
Another emailed this: Every day I’m becoming more proficient in Spanish. As I get ready to do something, I think about how I would say it in Spanish. Thank you again for a Super Workshop! With love and blessings,
Another: It certainly was an interesting and intriguing four days for me. I enjoyed the Spanish but even more so, all the tentacles that extended during those four days that went into so many different directions.
I grew up in a very SQUARE box with loving and intelligent parents but my world remained within this box, unable to see beyond those walls, as I was never encouraged to “think outside the box”.. Mike has been opening doors and leading me outside this box but because of my upbringing I have not completely embraced or understood what was beyond those doors he opened for me. As I have gotten older I have become more open to the world outside those doors yet those old tapes continue to play and I have not been able to completely release myself and experience all that can be.
Another shared this: Listening to the two of you during our time together has suddenly got me to thinking, and although some of the ideas still seem foreign to me, I am at a point in my life now where I can say, “anything is possible” and I am now willing to embrace and allow myself to experience the world of possibility and let it take me in directions I may have in the past resisted. I really don’t know where all this is going to lead me but I am now willing to explore, develop and grow.
I found all the information you offered on healing, realigning the body, nutrition, etc. so fascinating, have you ever thought about doing a course on just that? With the aging population and the health care issues I think it would be not only an interesting course but one that would be very beneficial to so many. I, personally, would love to learn more about what you talked about and plan on purchasing the book, “Body Renewal, the Lost Art of Self Healing” for my Kindle.
Thank you again for a wonderful four days!!
Another: We had fun at Disney World on Monday and sat beside several Personnes Espaniol. We could understand them however I couldn’t make sentences quickly, but could say one or two word phrases that were understood. We arrived home at 3am yesterday – the airlines were very late in Denver due to a crew incident.
I found myself making up sentences all day yesterday as I was running errands. John knows more vocabulary than I at this point as he has studied Spanish previously. Today I will begin to review the lessons and construct sentences to send to you and the group – as you suggested below. Es en BUENO sugestion!!! I also received the email Merri sent with the 4005 words and started to scroll through those yesterday.
Another: Thank YOU for everything you have done to create and bring this wonderful experience to all of us. It takes a well sychronized team of people to put on an effective, change producing seminar! I have given many seminars and enjoyed the experience immensely. The outcome is even better! Estoy une infantil de Super Thinking and Spanish, y es possible aprender en tiempo.
John and I both thank all of you for the wonderful experience – we are working now to clear up things so we can leave for the Galapagos and Ecuador November 25th – December 20th. Nosotros tiene muchos appreciacion! Gracias y Abrazos,
Another: Muchas gracias para la informacion! I had a wonderful time at the Super Learning + Spanish weekend!… excelente!
I was impressed with your depth of knowledge on numerous subjects and your ability to speak about them with exceptional recall. Con mucho apriciar, P.S. Yo estoy enteresado en Espanol #2.
One delegate even explained how after our course they ended up as the accidental translator: Gary, I have sent a couple of messages, and a story of Mike being able to translate yesterday for a Spanish person who couldn’t understand what a man was trying to tell him!
We loved the seminar, and are excited to put the super learning to practice, and especially the great company of like-minded people (especially G & M!) Muchas Gracias! Tiene an excellante dias.
One delegate communicated entirely in Spanish…. after just our Super Thinking + Spanish seminar: Buenas dias nuestra maestra perfectamente, Merri! Muchas gracias por la lista espanol.
Claro, David y yo aprendemous mucho espanol el fine de semana pasada. Gary y usted nos hacen espanol muy facil aprender. Es importante continuar a practicar espanol cada dia. Gracias tambien! Buenas suerte…hasta la vista! Con mucho amor,
Comments from another delegate: I wanted you to know that the Spanish course has proven incredibly helpful. Dealing with internet service providers and shopping for appliances, etc., normally would have required me hiring a translator to follow me around. While it may not be pretty or 100% grammatically correct, I am understood. Thank you! Saludos!
Delegates during a relaxation session.
Another a dentist said: I was so delighted with my experience at the Spanish training. I felt more confident of ability to pronounce Spanish than I ever was of French or German. Funny… I did not think I remembered any French or German but when I cannot remember the Spanish words the German and French popped up. Practicing my pronunciation made my trip home go faster. I never enjoyed pronouncing either of the other two, but this was fun. It is hard to fall asleep at the wheel when you are moving your mouth to speak Spanish. It does work your mouth in a different way. I realized that you have to say each syllable slowly and correctly(until you get it perfectly) and when you do it is impressive.
It was amazing to see us all writing such advanced sentences after a few days and so much more enjoyable than having to go through the alphabet to build the words to build the sentences.
Rick Brown has created his own programs attending a one year Super Spanish training program from Merri and me. He has now been teaching this course for five years. He has moved to Cuenca Ecuador and teaches this course once or twice a year.
The Course will be conducted at the beautful American run B & B in Cuenca.
Cuenca Inn Courtyard. Click to enlarge.
The Cuenca Inn B&B is located just outside the city center and is in a large home well back from the road, so you have maximum peace and quiet.
View from near Cuenca Inn B&B. There are plenty of very inexpensive taxis into the center of town.
It has large luxury guest rooms, two with bathroom en suite and TVs. There is a wonderful large central covered courtyard with TV, a central fire pit and lots of plants.
TV room for guests.
A guest living room with TV and big comfortable sofas adjoin the courtyard.
There is also a small bar area just off the courtyard that we all enjoyed. The Inn is very well appointed and the ambiance is warm and conducive to the comforts of a home away from home. Internet/WIFI is good and Magic Jack is available to guests for long distance calling, along with pyre-loaded local cell phones.
Delegates can sit round the fire pit enjoying conversation.
The Inn’s manager Bill Dixon attended one of Rick’s first Super Thinking / Super Spanish courses prior to moving to Cuenca. He believes this was a really good investment on his part as he acquired the language basics he needed, and it gave him the confidence to make the change in his location and his life.
Cuenca Inn is offering a 20% discount on room rates and a hearty and warm welcome to Cuenca to course members . You can make reservations or get further details from Bill Dixon at email@example.com.