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Chile Travel

Great post, as a history and anthropology student, I found it both interesting and well written. Unlike some of the pieces I have to read for school. Chile has always fascinated me, and I hope to be able to do a semester abroad there.

Roberto Monge

In El Salvador we refer to El Monte as the jungle/woods, it doesn't matter if there are mountains or not. That's an interesting diference with Spain Spanish.

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