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South America

Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France (in the form of the overseas region and department of French Guiana), Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela – and a non-sovereign area – the Falkland Islands, a British Overseas Territory (though disputed by Argentina). In addition to this, the ABC islands of the Netherlands and Trinidad and Tobago may also be considered part of South America.

Chile: End of Program: “Falta un Mes” by Sarah

https://almostbilingual.wordpress.com/ falta un mes Posted on November 2, 2011 by almostbilingual Standard I only have one more month left in Chile. I have never really had to leave behind so much before. In Seattle I have lived in the same… Continue Reading →

Chile: “Pre-Departure” by Sarah

https://almostbilingual.wordpress.com/ Pre – departure Posted on July 13, 2011 by almostbilingual Standard Waiting has never been an activity I enjoy. As my departure day nears I have already had a hectic stream of emotions. Anxiety. Fear. Excitement. Wonder. Joy. These emotions… Continue Reading →

Uruguay: “Into the Wild” by Rikki

https://adventurasuruguayas.wordpress.com/ Into the wild Posted on October 29, 2013by rikki As am I writing this, my body is sore, my face burnt, my hands cramping, and it is all thanks to my wonderful weekend trip with my Adventure Tourism class…. Continue Reading →

Argentina: “Aventuras Argentinas” by Rikki

https://adventurasuruguayas.wordpress.com/   Aventuras argentinas Posted on November 30, 2013by rikki It is nearly impossible to describe las Cataratas del Iguazú, better known as Iguazú Falls. My week-long trip in Argentina was full of its ups and downs, so let’s begin…… Continue Reading →

Chile: “Bueno, Malo y un poco Raro” by Sarah

https://almostbilingual.wordpress.com/ bueno, malo y un poco raro…. Posted on November 7, 2011 by almostbilingual Standard Living in Chile for a little under six months has given me a lot of skills, changed some of my behaviors, and forced me to reflect… Continue Reading →

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