By Lauren Hogan, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Breaking through the language barrier while traveling in a foreign country can be one of the biggest challenges to overcome, even for the most accomplished road warrior. Yet for those staying a few weeks or months in Brazil, taking a language course can make the experience more enjoyable, leaving one with more than just sun-kissed skin and caipirinha-induced memories, but also with a feeling of accomplishment.
Working to accommodate visitors' schedules as best as possible, language centers offer a variety of course options with different hours, times and class . . .