I studied at Casa Nica for one week in January 2014, and it was the perfect start of my stay in Nicaragu. My teacher, Marlon, was able to determine my level of Spanish really quick, and in addition he made if fun even learning the past tenses that I struggled a lot with. He could always make me laugh and concentrate, just when I thought I wanted to give up. I also had an amazing host family, which happened to be the family of Vanesa, the owner of the school. My room was great, the food was varied and tasty, and the family was so open and patient although I really struggled with my Spanish.
I also have to say that one reason to choose this school, is Vanesa herself. She is really positive and sees a solution to any problem. She seems to know everybody in town, and is actively engaged helping the local community. Luckily, I was also able to help out through the volunteering options offered at school.
I know there are a lot of schools in Granada to choose from, but I can just promise you that you won't regret if you choose Casa Nica. I wish I could have studying at this school for a longer time, and hope I will be able to return to do that one day. Oh, and yes, they do have wifi;)
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