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Hiking around Santiago and in the Andes

Michael Aleman, PUC Exchange, Fall 2012 Though my classes didn’t allow me much time for it, I did manage to get in a few good hikes during the course of the semester. The following are pictures from three separate outings I went on during the semester, two with a school club and one with a

Chile Travels 2

Michael Aleman, PUC Exchange, Fall 2012 The following are pictures from a few different trips I made during the semester. La Ligua This is a small town located 160km northwest of Santiago, known for its textiles and sweets. Lush green hills surround the town and make for great sightseeing if you decide to climb some

Chilean Graffiti

One of the most noticeable sights around Santiago and Chile in general is the graffiti/murals/protest banners. The following are some of my favorites. Found in Puerto Natales, a tourist town known for Torres del Paine National Park, one of Chile’s most famous attractions. The first banner says “Indefinite halt!!! For better salaries”, while the second

Chile Travels 1

 Michael Aleman, PUC Exchange, Fall 2012 On a personal level, my favorite thing about being able to study abroad in Chile is the opportunity to leave the city behind and get to know what really makes this country unique. Posted below are some pictures with highlights from a couple different places I’ve been. Valparaíso This