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The Sunshine State makes a great domestic destination for a language or cultural immersion trip. Florida is very diverse, with large populations of Latinos and (to a lesser degree) Hatians and speakers of other foreign languages. Miami in particular has a large population of Spanish speakers, largely due to its close promixity to Cuba, from which a substantial population has migrated. The city has incorporated the Cuban culture into its architecture, cuisine and style of dress. A considerable percentage of Miami residents speak Spanish as a first language, providing ample opportunities for immersion activities. Other parts of the state, like Central Florida, have large concentrations of Puerto Ricans and Mexicans as well. Of course, just about any school trip to Florida can be capped off with a visit to Orlando, with its many theme parks to choose from.
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My name is Jeff Kashiwa and I have been an Ensemble Instructor at Shoreline Community College for the past 9 years. I have also had 30 years of experience as a touring musician. I wanted to share a little of my background, because you’ll know I speak from experience when I say, “Four Winds Tours made our traveling experience stress free and memorable!”
Four Winds Tours took care of every detail of our school trip to Los Angeles/Orange County including airfare, ground...
--Jeff Kashiwa, Ensemble Instructor
Shoreline Community College, Los Angeles/Orange County, May 2018