Holiday Inn Express Antofagasta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in order to question, doubt, query, argue and unveil. We should acknowledge the boundaries of language in order to challenge them, not to meekly allow them to hem us in forever more. So a spelling bee- the highly formalised, strict, redundant memorisation-recitation of the meanings and spellings of different words- seems to me a bit too conventional. And I fondly cherish the memory of my own favourite English teacher who absolutely idolised one of her students for ...
... sung almost, like a promise, the certainty that it is other people who are worth living for and only that. It is a great word; and, like so many great words, its greatest attribute is its simplicity, its ordinariness. Anyway, I had cause enough to consider the connotations of the word 'contigo' recently. The first incident transpired in my classroom. I suppose it was inevitable that it should happen and it really was a wonder I wasn't better prepared, ...
... that it cannot be an auspicious change. A few years ago, I accepted the fact that I would never be beautiful or striking in a magnificent way, and that this was okay, because I was me and I was not by any means ugly. My face- quite thoughtful and serious until all at once it cracks into a huge, careless unseriousness- is a good one for it is an accurate depiction of who I am on the inside. It is best to have all things equal; it is heartening to ...
... remain worryingly high in Chile, on par with Bolivia and Peru, but in terms of gun crime, drug trafficking and petty theft, Chile is not doing so bad. Where does this perceived rate of encroaching violence and insecurity come from, then? Hard to say. Perhaps it has something to do with the legacy of the authoritarian Pinochet regime, which alienated a great number of people from the state and pitched neighbours against neighbours, tearing communities apart in the process. ...