Sunday, December 23, 2007

Study Abroad Chile

Spanish for Success is now offering Spanish courses, and Specialized Internship Programs. The partnership with sister school’s in Chile, give our student/clients more options to study and learn the language of Spanish Internationally.


Chile hugs the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, and surrounds the neighboring countries of Argentina, Peru, and Bolivia. The country offers plenty of other activities from the ocean to the mountains. All year long and all seasons offer adventure sports from sports fishing, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, and many more. Or if wine tasting is something that you would like to experience, there are many vineyards to taste and smell, especially, if you go visit the Concho y Toro site. When you come to Chile to study Spanish, spend time to explore and discover the peaks of the Andes to the ancient forest of the lake districts. Or perhaps spend a week touring the Southern parts of Chile and see Patagonia. Eco-tourism in Chile is something to discover. In comparisons to neighboring countries the tourism effect is less in Chile. There are many places to see in the country, and not get overwhelmed by the high influx of to
urists.






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2 comments:

Carly said...

Chile is a country that will always be held dearly in my heart. I both studied and worked there, in Valparaiso (the 5th region of Chile) and lived with an amazing Chilean host family who I still keep in touch with. The people are unbelievably kind, welcoming, and hospitable, and I made very close friends. My Spanish improved a great deal and now feel very comfortable speaking with anyone. I truly felt a part of the Chilean culture, never like an outsider, and became involved in everyday life there...shopping at the local markets, joining a yoga studio, and learning how to cook typical Chilean dishes with my host mom and grandfather. Not to mention, the beaches are fantastic, the weather is always sunny, and wine and local produce are delicious. Viva Chile!

sophie said...

Great views, I’m loving this discussion

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