Andrés S de Esmeraldas, Ecuador.  16 sec, where he’s from, living now in the U.S.

Ana de Andalaucía. 20 sec. Mentions the Andalusan accent, though says hers not as strong as most from southern Spain.

Gabi de México. 21 sec. From Mexico city but has lived a long time in North Carolina.  Currently traveling in Spain.

Agustín de Barcelona. 22 sec.  Says he thinks Catalan is more fun than Spanish.  He speaks with a slight Catalan accent. The hat he’s wearing is not from Barcelona.

Carlos de Salamanca. 23 sec.  He and his family have always been from Salamanca.  Pure Salamancans.

Roberto Mamani Mamani from Bolivia. 26 sec. His parents are Aymaran, part of his culture is Quehua. Post has pictures of his unique art on high-rise buildings.

Nohemí de Guatemala. 29 sec She describes her village on the banks of beautiful Lake Atitlan and the surrounding volcanoes.

Juan Manuel de Andalucía, España. 32 sec. He describes when and where he was born, lived in Granada 25 years before going to work in Salamanca.

Ada Geraldine de El Salvador. 42 sec.  She finds it strange that she feels nervous since, as a newspaper reporter, she intrviews people for a living.

Justo Lamas de Argentina. 43 sec.  Brief description of the district he lives in in Buenos Aires, says he’s tired after his concert.  Information about his concerts is on the internet.

Irma de México. 53 sec.  Irma, an adult university student with two children, describes various activities offered to them in celebration of Children’s Day in Querétaro.

Jorge Mario de Colombia. 1:30 sec. Jorge describes life in Duitama, a medium sized town in rural Colombia..