Camenzind aspires to learn the Spanish language while living in the U.S. territory in the Caribbean. Kayla also plans to look for a job in the hospitality and hotel industry, and will be staying with a family that she found over a vacation agency website. The move is going to be short term for now, Kayla said, unless things go perfectly and she finds a good job.
Kayla says the reason behind wanting to learn Spanish is just to broaden her horizons, and because Spanish is a widely spoken secondary language in the U.S. The reason she picked Puerto Rico is because it is a U.S. territory, which means same currency, same stores, and the only thing that is different is that the locals speak Spanish.
Kayla will be dearly missed by the Willapa Harbor Herald, as well as by the community.