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I can't believe I've hitchhiked.
Coming from NYC, I've learned to avoid eye contacts and go the other way when a stranger starts to ask questions. Putting myself in a complete stranger's car and relying on them to take me to my destination was out of my comfort zone.Read More
"Behind every successful man, there's a great woman." Isidora Goyenechea was married to Luis Cousiño. She had a background in coal mining and applied her skills in wine making. She grew the business, installed new technology, and was the ultimate boss lady. They even had a barrel of wine reserved for the employees so they didn't have to steal it.Read More
Getting private students is definitely one of the best ways to earn extra cash. I charge more and I have the freedom to control my schedule. When I first started out, I worked for institutes to get experience and connections. Now, the majority of my classes are from private students.Read More
BARRIO ITALIA is like the baby sister of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Except, she has no man-buns, less fuss, and more chill (ok, maybe a few man-buns). Within the 7-block radius, there are adorable cafés, Instagram-ready restaurants, and cute local shops. I'm always discovering something new through all the nooks and crannies.
Here is a photo tour of why Barrio Italia is my favorite Santiago neighborhood!Read More
So, you thought about quitting your 9-5 job to travel South America. You haven’t heard much about Chile, except for maybe the earthquake, but Google tells you it’s one of the most developed countries in South America. That’s good enough for you so you do a little more research and start looking for English institutes. You never taught before, but how hard could it be. You speak English and all those times helping your sister with her homework is probably enough experience.Read More