What is the Nantucket of Latin America? Or Hilton Head? Or Vail? My husband and I have been kicking around the idea of getting a second home in a Spanish speaking country in this hemisphere. We are hoping to find someplace that's family-oriented and attracts people from all over Central and South America, but which doesn't have too many Europeans or Americans. Ideally, we'd like to go to a place where families return year after year so kids grow up together and form strong friendships. Does such a place exist? Our prime motivation is to help our four-year-old become fluent in Spanish and another culture. We'd probably tend away from places like Cabo San Lucas which has so many Americans, or a lot of spots in the Dominican Republic which seem to attract Europeans. I would also love to know about any high-end Spanish language lifestyle magazines like Town & Country or W, or perhaps higher-end regional magazines like New York or Texas Monthly that might give me more of an insight into that region. I'll track them down, even if they're not readily available in the US. Of course, websites would be great too. I appreciate your suggestions.