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... the number of officially recognized disappearances is just shy of 39,000.
The walk into the museum features the 30 tenets of the Declaration of Human Rights written just after World War 2. It adds a deep and tragic sense of irony to what you are about to see inside the museum. They were in Spanish of course, but as an example a translation of number 3 would go "Every individual has the right to life, liberty, and safety." Being detained and killed by ...
IT TAKES SOME DRAMA TO HEAT UP THE PLACE!
It's been one week, y mucho ha pasado! Every other day seems to uncover something interesting…something unexpected…something hilarious! Sometimes it is enough to make me forget the cold!...Sometimes!! Actually, Friday was ridiculous, because I went out all layered up ready to fight the cold weather, and then suddenly without any warning, the temperature shot up and it got real hot. I ...
2. Receive "kisses" from your students… colleagues, principals… everyone at the school. I put kisses in quotation marks but I really do mean kisses. Here in Chile, it is custom to greet everyone with a kiss on the cheek. When you first meet someone you have to kiss them (or cheek to cheek them and kiss the air). This was sort of weird for me but now I’m used to ...
... is really mixed of old meets new. We go for a walk up the Cerro San Christobel an Andean 912m peak in the middle of the town. The weather is good - around 20 degrees, great for a walk. There's loads of people cycling, running, jogging and generally being fit and healthy. And all the time we're out we can hear the band playing uplifting trashy pop songs for the marathon runners and a general, constant clapping and cheering from ...
If you ever get the chance to fly LAN airlines, do it. Seriously, when I boarded the plane in Miami, whatever melodramatic trauma I was creating in my head about leaving the country was immediately quelled by the luxury of LAN. First of all, the godsend of a redeye flight, I had a whole row to myself, so I could actually stretch out and sleep comfortably. Granted that probably wasn't intentional, but I'm gonna go ahead and thank LAN for that one. Then, they ...