About me:
  1. Are you from Salamanca?
    No, I was born in a town called Cáceres but I grew up in the Basque country and came to Salamanca to finish my studies.
  2. What did you study?
    I began studying Classics in the Basque country but I then decided to change to Spanish Philology.
  3. How long have you lived in Salamanca?
    About 30 years.
  4. Where would you recommend going in Salamanca?
    I love the courtyards in Salamanca (Fonseca, Escuelas Menores, Anaya,…) but I recommend going to the convents, especially the Convento de las Dueñas. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take lots of photos!
  5. What are your hobbies?
    Nothing special, I like listening to music and spending time with friends.

About my job:
  1. How long have you been teaching at ISLA?
    I have been here since the beginning and we are celebrating our 25th anniversary.
  2. Has the way of teaching changed much?
    Yes, quite a lot. When we started the way of teaching was a lot more classical and structured and now the methods used are a lot more communicative and practical.
  3. What do you like most about your job?
    Getting to know new people and learning about other cultures and experiences.
  4. What expectations do you have for the future?
    I will continue teaching and improve the way I teach by introducing more useful methods.