Hi, I'm hoping to be fortunate enough in the next couple of years to fulfil my dream of teaching languages and am currently on my year abroad in Galicia, Spain as a language assistant. My school here, although small, is fantastic, the people are really friendly, the students are generally well behaved, the students and teachers are keen to know all about the UK and schools etc and the area around here in northern Galicia is very beautiful. However, although everyone speaks Spanish the first language is Galician, the paperwork at school is Galician, all the signs, wording on buildings, local newspapers, administration, transport etc are in Galician. It'd be my dream to bring a group of students from the UK to this area and although I'm getting ahead of myself, I was just wondering, for future reference, if the fact that Galician is the predominate language here would put teachers off organising an exchange to this area? I'd be interested to know, thanks.