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Chile Living Today is about what it is like to really live life as Chileans do, and not as an expat living within an expat community. We live, work, travel and play as part of the greater Chilean society. Our travel covers everything from Arica in the north to Chiloe in the south, from the 4000+ miles of Pacific coastline to the interior of the Andes Mountains. Chile has an old and amazing culture, and readers have the opportunity to explore and feel the flavors of Chilean life without having to leave the comforts of home... although visitors are always welcome to Chilean shores!
The story of me, a 20 year-old Welsh boy and the year of my life which took me to Chile. I share my knowledge of Chile, tips for travelling and the wealth of incredible stories you can come away with having spent time in this magical country on the edge of the world.
Polish girl living in Chile with Chilean family and now with Chilean fiancé. Simple diary made by Polish girl living in avocado capital of Chile describing living in Chile, with Chilean family, adjusting to the every-day life, culture, language and differences
A blog about a teenage girl from the USA living in Chile with her family and trying to make familiar foods for them.
I am a 20-something year old New Zealander who has recently moved to Santiago Chile. My blog shares my experiences and pictures of travel.
I am not a travel blogger. I will not provide you with research. Definitely not a trophy parent. I will post whatever life has to offer me.
What happens when an American falls in love with a Chilean while studying abroad, gets married two years later and moves back to Chile? I'm finding out!
Travel, Food, Culture, Expat Life and Adventures | American-Chilean couple | HQ: Santiago & Valparaiso. (Posts in English and Spanish)
My husband and I moved to the coast of Chile to buy land and build our own home here - with no electricity. Our blog is our story in Chile, past and present.
I am a writer who has been living abroad for the last four years. I have been making my living as an ESL instructor as I traveled in Vietnam, Japan, and Korea. I have just moved to my new home in Santiago, Chile where I will stay for about a year. The blog deals with travel and daily life in Chile.
American writer sick of the pollution and noise in Santiago moves to the country for peace and quiet. What he did not know is when you move to the country, you exchange one set of problems for another. Click through the arrows to read.
A mesh of various activities in Santiago, observations on expat life, pictures of my dog Aidan, interior decorating, technology and much more.
“Cachando Chile” begins with the Chilean slang term “Cachar” which means “to understand.” The English equivalent would be “Getting Chile.” This site is intended for outsiders who are trying to understand Chilean culture as well as for Chileans who are trying to understand the foreigners who are trying to understand them. In other words: this is a space for exploring cultural interaction between insiders and outsiders…
The lives and travels of young expat bloggers
More and more young people are looking overseas for their next new adventure, be it the next step in their education or in order to further their career. Though long stints of travelling have been popular for a while, young adults are increasinly looking to make a long-term move abroad. This breed of young expat is often a keen traveller (often using their new home as a base for visiting the region) with a desire to discover the nuances of their new culture. Here are our top five blogs from young expats.