Hotel Termas De Socos

Address: 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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      Aliens Love Swastikas and Chileans

      A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jul 12, 2011

      ... ONLY want to talk to people who believe in God AKA Catholics. But of course.

      Also, aliens like swastikas. That's why swastikas have been prominent symbols throughout human history. In fact, an abandoned ship just appeared off the coast of Chile bearing a swastika on its side which PROVES that aliens like Chile. It was like a May-basket - Just to let us know someone out there is thinking of us. (That explains the warm, ...

      ExPatriots Celebrating the 4th!

      A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jul 06, 2011

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      John and I were really missing home this weekend because it was the Fourth of July. We both have strong, rooted family traditions for the holiday. John's family parties until they drop; my family works until they drop. Now that we are together, we party until we work until we party some more until we drop.

      This year we decided to make pizza and cookies. The pizza would have to be made entirely from scratch (as would ...

      Blog about why I can´t sleep

      A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 29, 2011

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      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

      All of us volunteers keep in touch over facebook. We have our own group page where we ask each other for help and support and share funny stories. While chatting with several volunteers last night, I heard the WEIRDEST host family story. I was already grateful for my wonderful family, but this...well, just read on.

      Amanda was sent to teach in Punta Arenas on the far Southern tip of Chile. She's extremely far from the rest of us living in ...


      A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 14, 2011

      John and I are getting used to living here (as much as we can). We were invited to a family party last weekend where we learned that the one thing more difficult that understanding Chilean is understanding a drunk Chilean. We did manage to learn somethings about the culture that night. For instance, the Chileans we were with dislike Peruvians and Bolivians. They don't like their food, they don't value ...