TripAdvisor Reviews Coronel Santiago
Travel Blogs from Santiago
... and people stare, and then suddenly catch themselves when I meet their gaze and they shift their stare down at the ground. But the novelty is never one of fear or hatred in any way. No one has clutched their purse or moved to the other side of the street. “Blackness” has a very different connotation here than in other parts of the Americas. And nothing has proven it more than my short time at the schools. Ever since the first day, kids ...
... st step in classroom management. (Come on here job interview answer! lol)
Overall, the students are really nice. I already love them. Their classroom behavior is terrible by my standards, but they are so nice (most of them). They told us in orientation that we will be treated like a rock star at our schools and I didn’t believe them. Lo and behold, as I was making my rounds in the 9th ...
... as a very bloody and physiological warfare. The city was clearly wealthy in it's early days as the old buildings are magnificent. Nowadays it's a mixture of rich and poor. Things are certainly cheaper than home, so money stretches further thankfully. Checked out a Pre-Columbia museum which was highlighted by the guide. Some nice artefacts from the early days. It was a long say wandering around the city so early to bed. Still tired from the flight. ...
Well after a short walk to the bus station, we boarded our coach and were both a little surprised at how luxurious it was. There were only a few options from Mendoza to Santiago and this one was a great choice. The black leather lounge chairs were massive and comfy. We relaxed as the bus climbed and climbed, and climbed into the hills. After a few hours we finally reached the Argentina / Chile border, which sat at the saddle of a massive mountain. With ...
... was a town called Valparaiso
Which we all wanted to see so
Our bus took us there
With no time to spare
and we barely left the bus-o
Then to the lookouts we were taken
Photos of the seaside city location
The street art was great
The harbour, and city gate
We barely saw due to time obligations
To a poets house we did ...