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1 Scavenger Hunt en espanol
Najla Almond

2 Maps of 3 Spanish Speaking Countries

3 Flags!

4 Futbol in Spain!

5 Recipe for Chilaquiles
Ingredients 2 cups oil for frying 1/4 cup chopped onion 30 (6 inch) corn tortillas, torn into strips 6 eggs, lightly beaten 2 teaspoons salt 1 (7.75 ounce) can Mexican style hot tomato sauce 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese Directions In a large, heavy skillet, heat the oil to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Carefully stir in the onion and tortilla strips. Fry until tortilla strips are crisp and golden brown. Remove from heat, and drain on paper towels. Drain the skillet, leaving only a thin residue of oil. Over medium heat, return tortillas to the skillet, and stir in the eggs. Season with salt. Cook and stir until eggs are firm. Mix Mexican style hot tomato sauce and water into the skillet. Reduce heat, and simmer until thickened, about 10 minutes. Top with cheese. Continue cooking until cheese has melted.

6 Capitals

7 Spanish Currency 1 US Dollar = Euro 1 Euro (EUR) = US Dollar (USD)

8 Amor El amor, ¿a qué huele? Parece, cuando se ama, que el mundo entero tiene rumor de primavera. Las hojas secas tornan y las ramas con nieve, y él sigue ardiente y joven, oliendo a la rosa eterna. Por todas partes abre guirnaldas invisibles, todos sus fondos son líricos -risa o pena-, la mujer a su beso cobra un sentido mágico que, como en los senderos, sin cesar se renueva... Vienen al alma música de ideales conciertos, palabras de una brisa liviana entre arboledas; se suspira y se llora, y el suspiro y el llanto dejan como un romántico frescor de madreselvas... Juan Ramón Jiménez

9 Carlos Santana

10 Somos El Mundo!

11 Ricky Martin Livin La Vida Loca!!

12 Miguel de Cervantes

13 Mexico drug traffickers corrupt politics!

14 Dominican Republic History Timeline & Facts
Christopher Columbus visits the island, which he names Hispaniola ( translates as Little Spain) Spaniards set up first Spanish colony and Santo Domingo was founded in 1496 by Bartholomew Columbus which subsequently served as the capital of all Spanish colonies in South America 1510 The first shipment of Africans to Santo Domingo 1515 The indigenous Taino Indians were practically annihilated due to continuous clashes and rebellion against the Spanish 1586 January 1, Francis Drake attacked the heavily fortified city of Santo Domingo in Hispanola and forced the governor to pay a large ransom Treaty of Ryswick gives Haiti to France and the present Dominican Republic to Spain The first British soldiers came ashore at St. Domingue Spain cedes its portion of Hispaniola island to France Spain retakes Santo Domingo following revolt by Spanish Creoles Overthrow of the king of Spain by Napoleon Haitian Republic is born 1844 Feb 27 - Dominican Republic gained independence from Haiti. Santo Domingo declares its independence and becomes the Dominican Republic US forces occupy the Dominican Republic following internal disorder Constitutional government assumes control and the US forces withdraw.

15 Geography of Mexico The geography of Mexico ranges from deserts to mountains to tropical beaches. Mexico’s diverse geography enables visitors to plan the ideal getaway in the part of the country that most suits their interest. Much of northern Mexico is desert. The Chihuahua Desert is covers the center and eastern part of Mexico. The Sonora Desert extends from the center of Mexico to the Pacific Coast. Mexico City is arguable the largest metropolis in the world with a population of over 17 million people in the greater Mexico City area. Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and plays an important role in the political and economic development of the country. It is also the home to many historical points of interests including museums, churches, Spanish architecture and indigenous cultural sites. Surrounding Mexico City are a series of mountain ranges, raising the elevation of Mexico City to over seven thousand feet above sea level. Mexico's mountain ranges include the Sierra Madre Occidental in the east, the Sierra Madre Oriental in the west, and the Sierra Volcanica Transversal which lies to the south of Mexico City. One of the more famous mountain peaks in Mexico is Popocatepetl, which means “Smoking Mountain” in the Aztec language of Nahuatl. Mexico’s coast is lined with tropical beaches both along the Pacific Ocean and along the Caribbean Sea. The tropical beaches of Mexico are among the countries most commonly visited destinations by tourists.

16 Climate in Honduras

17 Arabic Influence on Spain before 1492

18 America Ferrera Bio.

19 By: Picasso The Blind Man’s Meal

20 TOP 3 Languages of the World
Mandarin Chinese -NATIVE: 873 million 2nd: 178 million TOTAL: billion Hindi -NATIVE: 370 million 2nd:120 million TOTAL: 490 million Spanish -NATIVE: 350 million 2nd: 70 million TOTAL: 420 million

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