After spending about two weeks in Santiago, Chile, I quickly got a feel for the different neighborhoods that make this South American city so fascinating. Although I didn’t know too much about Santiago before arriving in Chile, I was very pleased to learn that the city is actually quite ideal for a bohemian. The first
I’ve now been to South America twice and consequently have tasted my fare share of alcoholic beverages and herbal concoctions. In fact, just thinking about them makes me want to dash back for happy hour. If you are planning a trip to South America, make sure to try at least three drinks on this list.
(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, entitled Weekly Wanders) My first week in South America was spent in Santiago, Chile. Unlike the last time I was in South America, I made sure to take my time with wandering around the city. As a result, I really got to know the different neighborhoods
Although I had never heard of Valparaiso until last week, it has quickly became one of my all-time favorite cities in South America. Visiting Chile in the dead of winter actually gave me a unique local experience that is hard to find during the summer flock of tourists. As I took in the view from
(article from Megan’s Travel Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) I’ve officially been in Santiago, Chile for less than a week and although I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, there is actually a lot of action going on here. First of all, there have been student protests taking place in the streets but it hasn’t gotten