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Manuel García: my favorite chilean artist

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Last night we went to my favorite bar, La Piedra Feliz, which is a very bohemian bar with a lot of style right in front of the port. My favorite musician, Manuel García,… Continue reading

My trip to Argentina (or the time I ran for the Argentinean border in order to not become an illegal immigrant :O)

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So, in Chile, you get 90 days on a tourist visa and most people just head for Mendoza, Argentina for a a few days to just come back in on another tourist visa.… Continue reading

Chilean independence day (week)!

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So, thanks for anyone who voted for me to be the second writer! Sarah´s posts were so great and she seems like such a talented person. I hope to also contribute something awesome… Continue reading

The second writer is….

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Catherine Childers She is an american expat from Atlanta, Georgia living in Valparaíso, Chile. Spanish major, currently pursuing an MBA.  A huge fan of the Argentinean singer Charly García, and loves blogging about… Continue reading

Hagelslag and Krieltjes

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A rather extravagant sock-shoe combi for a Sunday – to mark my last post at Vie Hebdomadaires! As I always say, there’s nothing like botanical nylon and bejewelled snakeskin to celebrate the culmination… Continue reading

Jambalayaaa

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(my favourite schoolgirl socks and lace-up heels, that seemed like a great idea until I had to walk between every concert this afternoon. Walk!) Ai ai ai, what a few days! I haven’t… Continue reading

Speedy Gonzalez

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Above: today’s footly offering This is a short stop-off post to assure you all I haven’t disappeared – today has just reached new heights of full-osity! So far my Friday has been: Shoot… Continue reading

Amsterdam Watermelons

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Another concert down – one more to go this week! I’m pooped and finally home after a looooong day music-ing and strutting my stuff on stage. However, more of that tomorrow – for… Continue reading

Life, Education and Spoons

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An unprecedented second post in a day – mainly because I have a half hour to spare in between tagliatelle and the jazz session, and because tomorrow will reach new heights of business… Continue reading

The Scheme of the Sea Organ

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A rather belated good… lunchtime? After rising head-numbingly early to deliver our microwave to the tip and head to the dentist     I do lead a riveting life     I gave in and tumbled… Continue reading