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Seven Bone Chilling Parks in Santiago


Santiago is a surprising city. Chile’s capital is something of a boom town, growing ever eastward in a rush of rising steel and blue glass. It can be a busy and frenetic place but Santiago does also enjoy a surprising number of green spaces, little pockets of calm amid the action. So if you’re on vacation in Santiago, wrap up some warm...

Why we celebrate “El Dieciocho”


The 18th of September The main holiday takes place on the 18th, which is no wonder why everyone refers to the celebrations as el Dieciocho (the 18th). Like many countries, this day is not the actual date of Chilean independence, but it commemorates the day the First Assembly of the Government gathered proclaiming autonomy. This date marked the...

How to make tasty Ceviche

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Fresh fish, intense lime juice and spicy seasoning. Sounds great, right?! To brighten up your day or to recover from being hungover, a delicious Ceviche is the best treat. The peruvian dish is very simple but sooo good. There a tons of different varieties. Here is a basic and solid way of making yummy yummy in your tummy. Recipe 1kg of fresh...

Top10 Things you didn’t know about Chile


South America is full of scenic mannerisms. In Chile mother nature is diverse and therefore very popular to travellers. Besides all the facts you already know about this beautiful country there might be some things you didn’t know. World’s Biggest Swimming Pool In Algarrobo city in the Pacific coast, we find the most impressive...

Casa Life with SEN – a field report


It sounds like one crazy Reality-TV show. One big house, 12 different characters and loads of excitement. Undoubtedly living in a SEN Casa is a unique and crazy experience for young students from all over the world. Hopefully studying is going to take most of your time and living in a big house where everything’s taking care of is quiet a good...

Trekking in Santiago – best spots


When nature is calling you, Santiago is not a bad place to go Trekking. Actually it’s quite the contrary. Three beautiful hills are waiting for you. So take your backpack and tie your shoes! It’s going to be awesome.   Cerro San Cristóbal The tall hill rises 300meters (984ft.) over the capital and provides an awesome panoramic view over...