So, since my first trip since I got lost-ish at El Colorado, I have returned to El Colorado, and visited Valley Nevado twice.
Posts Tagged: chile
Warning: One Terremoto (“Hurricane”) may result in a mild headache throughout the entire next day. 2 Terremotos almost guarantees a “terrimoto” in your head for the entire next day. And they say that 3 Terrimotos is the limit, however, few remember making it that far.
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile Today was Day 2 of Spanish classes. We talked about indigineous people, our zodiac signs, and when to use saber or concer. Did I mention that this was all in spanish? After class, we went to lunch in the central market, at Mariscaria,… Read more »
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile Sample Day of class, and despite not sleeping much the night before, and the mild 'terremoto' in my head, it was a pretty awesome lesson overall. First Hour: 9ish-10:30ish: Class starts with the profesor (profe for short) asking us what we did last… Read more »
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile Rather than sleeping in and relaxing or hitting the mountains to go snowboarding, I joined a group of other students from our school and hopped in a Van to explore two coastal cities, Vina del Mar and Valparaíso. So a mix of Rowdy… Read more »
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile WHAT A TRIP IT WAS!!! So the day started with me waking up at about 6:40 in the morning to my Chilean Mama with my breakfast ready to go, and tea!!! I dragged my bag (with wheels) the 30 minutes to my school… Read more »
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile On my first day of school, I took a test to determine which Spanish class was appropriate for me. After the test, I played table football (foosball) when I was waiting for test results. Moments later, the secretary told me to go to… Read more »
By Jonathon L., guest blogger studying Spanish and skiing in Santiago, Chile After watching Germany secure third place in the World Cup, I boarded my plane for Dallas, where I spent a whopping 40 minutes before heading off to Santiago, Chile. When my plane landed in Chile, I was befuddled as I made my… Read more »
We are always working hard to ensure that we are only partnering with the best language schools around the world, and to always be expanding your options of where to study. Today, we are excited to announce the newest addition to AmeriSpan’s locations, Pichilemu, Chile!
There's a heat wave storming through the USA, and now is the perfect time to take advantage of more reasonable climes abroad! There are so many great places to go when the heat becomes unbearable, and AmeriSpan can help you find the best place possible to beat the heat!