Cabo Polonio

Hi all, Here’s a time lapse I took in a beautiful place around a year ago. Hope you enjoy! Happy Friday. The place: Cabo Polonio, Uruguay The scene: Sunset on the beach The vibes: Advertisements

Help on the Way

Paradise waits, on the crest of a wave, her angels in flames. She has no pain, like a child she is pure, she is not to blame. Poised for flight, wings spread bright, spring from night into the sun. Don’t stop to run, she can fly like a lie, she can’t be outdone. Tell me … Continue reading

Hiking the O in Torres del Paine

Thanks again to We Said Go Travel for publishing this entry… from awhile ago.    

Orquesta del Viento – Show Review from October 19, 2013

La Orquesta del Viento, an progressive Andean jazz outfit based in Santiago, Chile, took the stage on a balmy Saturday night at Thelonious jazz bar, fresh off their first international tour to deliver a rousing performance.

Southern Hospitality – Chiloe

Meeting a stranger on the bus. Stranger offers to let us stay at her house. Accept. Arrive at said house. Find scene involving alcoholic, US hating uncle, and possibly hundreds of kids’ toys strew about the floor. An interesting first night in magical Chiloé, to say the least.

How to… ?

sunset in Puerto Natales

How do you describe a journey that is indescribable? How do you describe landscapes, scents, sounds, movements and actions that can never be reproduced? Those special, beautiful, even-beautiful-when-they’re-ugly moments that can never again be described as perfectly as they were in the moment they were produced? And after such a mental and physical journey, how … Continue reading

A time to rest: Santa Ema

A time to rest and escape Santiago’s smog and endless concrete jungle, a much needed December getaway to the woods helped me organize my thoughts and rejuvenate my soul.

Levántate y anda!

Del salón en el ángulo oscuro, de su dueña tal vez olvidada, silenciosa y cubierta de polvo, veíase el arpa. ¡Cuánta nota dormía en sus cuerdas, como el pájaro duerme en las ramas, esperando la mano de nieve que sabe arrancarlas! ¡Ay!, pensé; ¡cuántas veces el genio así duerme en el fondo del alma, y … Continue reading

Cute Kids singing in Spanglish!

Most teachers would surely agree that whenever kids are involved, every day is a roll of the dice. As expected, my first month of teaching has had its ups and downs, but every morning I know one thing is sure: I’m going to get “hug-swarmed” by a few dozen Pre-Kinder kids. Not a bad way … Continue reading

Chilean Bureaucracy: Go see the guy, who will let you see the other guy, who will give you ticket to see THE GUY

One gringo’s take on Chilean Bureaucracy, with a special focus on getting a work visa in Santiago.

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