Hotel Termas De Socos

Panamericana 370, Ovalle, Coquimbo Region, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Santiago Sur area of Ovalle, is near Rio Grande River.
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    Travel Blogs from Ovalle

    ExPatriots Celebrating the 4th!

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jul 06, 2011

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    ... is what I am here.)

    The next day we went to Francisco's house for lunch. They made SO MUCH food for us! Then they told us that they had wanted us to come over so that we wouldn't feel alone for the 4th of July. SO SWEET. So, we had a really nice time with them, and then Francisco's dad, Francisco, and his brother drove us out into the country. We climbed this hill from which we could see the Andes covered in ...

    Blog about why I can´t sleep

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 29, 2011

    1 comment

    Ok. I warned you. This is a blog devoted to the reasons I havenīt gotten more than 5 hours of sleep a night (and thatīs a really good night) since Iīve been in Chile.

    1. The Cat - The issue of the cat has gotten worse since our host family started leaving our bedroom door open during the day. Either the cat is coming in and rubbing itīs nasty self on my stuff, or itīs dander is wafting in freely. Either way, I wake up sneezing ...

    Not My Story, but SO Worth Telling

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 19, 2011

    ... cold environment. She was placed with a host family that has hosted EOD volunteers before. Last night she said, "I love my school. I would be so bummed if they went on strike because I hate my host family." But, why, Amanda? What's wrong with your family???

    What's wrong with Amanda's family is that her host mom sneaks into her room at night to watch her sleep.

    That's right.

    And her host ...


    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 14, 2011

    ... very carefully) about what the general consensus was on it. She said that the school has a policy of accepting everyone and that a couple boys have even "declared" that they were gay. However, all of the students use the word as negative slang and our host family made a comment about how the gays have lots of STDs. I told her that everyone has a problem with STDs and that we have many gay friends. ...

    Rain Day

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 07, 2011

    ... on the other side of the room. They throw things, donīt answer questions they are asked, and show no interest in what is happening. To be fair, I think there are about 5 kids out of every 45 student class who really try to pay attention. Iīm not exagerating. What makes things worse in my situation is that my head teacher, as sweet as she is, isnīt the best English speaker. She often says things wrong, and sometimes I donīt even know what she is trying ...