South America » Chile
May 1st 2014
Published: May 6th 2014
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My stay in Chile was all but brief. I found work doing research at a hostel in Santiago and so naturally began to settle in. For a whole three months. For having a population of six million, Santiago is a surprisingly anonymous city. From the Tokyo-style rush hour subway traffic to the time-travel properties of said trains moving between Las Condes and EstaciĆ³n Central (Santiago is one the most s... Read Full Entry

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Pablo Neruda, the man himself

Ferrocarril, these things can be found all around the city and were originally created for heavy-laden housewives

Coolest family EVER!

Old naval building

Now who said the city can't be a playground?

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