Category: Chile

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Cachai?: Algarrobo

Hola amigos! Now a little word of advice for ANYONE who plans to study abroad in the future: always check your calendar and plan ahead of time. I had found out pretty last minute that October 28th to November 1st was an extended weekend due to two holidays (Reformation Day & All Saints Day); thus, ...

Cachai?: Frutillar

Hola amigos! I just got back from my three-day trip in Frutillar, a really small city located in the southern Los Lagos region of Chile. This city was a bit more to the south of Chile. If you kind of want an idea, the bus ride to Pucón the week before was about 8 hours. ...

Cachai?: Utilice Su Tiempo Bien

As the months and days reach closer to December, to my departure and return to the United States, anxiety and a sense of hurry and panic seeps in. It is not just the thought that I will be leaving soon that is tearing me apart, but doubts about whether I am fully taking advantage of ...

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Cachai?: Pucón Parte 2

Hola amigos! This post will be a little more visual meaning more photos and less text in order to not make this post too long. Anyways, the photos I will be showing you all below are of Volcano Villarica and Parque Nacional Huerquehue. They are not the best quality since they were taken on my ...

Cachai?: Pucón Parte 1

Hola amigos! So this past weekend I went with a large group of friends to the small city of Pucón, Chile. This place is gorgeous and the natural beauty surrounding the city, like Lake Villarica and Volcano Villarica, have made Pucón a big tourist attraction. The outskirts of city have an array of small, town-like ...

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Cachai?: Cena Internacional

Hola amigos! This weekend I could not really do anything fun since I have 2 exams this week which I really need to study for. Although most of this weekend was far from exciting and was mostly just studying, we did have a small “international dinner” (“cena internacional”) the past Friday at my residency. Everyone ...

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Cachai?: Metro y Micro

Hola amigos! This will be another helpful post for any future Drexel students thinking about studying abroad in Chile. Though there is many taxis and Ubers here, public transportation is almost a must in Santiago. There are some areas that are a little far off from transportation, but the Metro and micro (bus) usually take ...