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First few days

A travel blog entry by hawkness

5

... revolves around students being about to finish a final task. All of the slides up to that point just introduces students to possible vocabulary and phrases that can be used.

This morning I had my first class with one of my bosses observing me. The classes are supposed to be 45 mins in length and I was on the final project at 30 after… Oops.. I spent the last 10 or so minutes just asking related questions to stall time. My boss said I did really well except ...

STGO - City Life and Theft

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

11

... Phillips's. The rest of our time in Santiago was not very eventful. We walked around the city a bit more, stocked up on food for Easter Island as we had read that food is expensive on the island. Our last night we went for a beer and kebab (sounds like a drunken night out but was very far from it). We treated ourselves to some ice cream before heading back for an early night. We had to catch a taxi at 4am but thankfully daylight savings ended that night so we got an extra hour of ...

Festival time!

A travel blog entry by ppgontour

6

It is our last day in Chile and what better way to spend it than at the Lollapalooza music festival! A break from our early morning starts, we woke up to an already warmed-up Santiago and lazed around on the rooftop balcony, soaking up some sun. After a savoury crep for lunch we put on our wristbands and headed for Parque O'Higgins. The ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by tsundy

... in any place that sells comidas. The waiters are so aggressive and you just feel harassed. You don't feel like you can look at the menu without being attacked so you just keep walking past, spewing out "no gracias" frequently. After the market we headed to Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos which was free but also and insane walking distance away. This museum documents the horrific atrocities ...

A Stopover in Santiago

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

... After hanging out in the building for a short time, we went to a nearby cafe to use the wi-fi. Just our luck, neither of our phones could access the internet via the cafe's network. So we returned to the apartment building hoping to get lucky. We did. An American woman who was escorting a Florida youth tennis team played interpreter for us with the building's security personnel. As were talking with them, the manager for our apartment showed up. The primary reason ...

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