June 2010 in Revue Magazine
Matt Bokor takes us on two quick side trips: tranquil El Remate and the mysterious Caves of Actún Kan.
We have more great photos from some excellent photographers including Iván Cas-tro, Mario Beaulieu and Harry Díaz.
Making learning fun describes our two Spanish lessons. Guillermo Zuleta asks the question (and gives the answers) in How well do you know Chapín Spanish? Dwight Wayne Coop treats us to a new installment of the missed-by-many series The Zen of.
Fun and informative are the buzzwords for our columnists: Oliver Thornwhistle, Elizabeth Bell and Karmen Guevara.
Plenty to do on the cultural front, just check out the DateBook. If you’re a fan, be sure to attend the Third Annual World Archeological Convention starting June 18.
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Enjoy your June.
—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich