Originally, I only wanted to teach English in Valdivia for one semester, from March until July in 2014. Little did I know that watery town was going to be … Continue reading
Overwhelmed by options or just tired of visiting the old buildings and churches listed in your guidebook? Before leaving Santiago, make sure you do these 10 things!
What is it? English Opens Doors, or Inglés Abre Puertas as it’s called in Spanish, is a really volunteer teaching program sponsored by the Chilean government and the United Nations … Continue reading
For a little over a week I was able to explore Santiago along with the other volunteers in my program. These are some of my favorite places.
Traveling is exciting but when you arrive there’s a few technicalities you’ve got to get through, mainly the airport.
It’s okay, just admit it – you don’t know much about Chile. We aren’t all geography whizzes.
I was researching different places I could teach English, and given that only 67 of 196 countries have English as an official language, that left me with a lot of options. How to choose?!?!