Archive for the 'chile' Category

friends are cool, but amigos are cooler

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

I have a lot of friends. According to facebook, the number stands at 1158 (which means very little.. but that’s a story for another time). Many of my friends do super cool things. What kind of cool things? Well, how about quitting a good full-time job to move to latin-America and become fluent in Spanish? […]

Traveling in Chile

Friday, July 17th, 2009

I know I said I’d do a series of posts about traveling in Chile, but it’s been two weeks and I haven’t had a chance to write anything at all. So instead I’ll do a post jenn style — all aboard my train of thought (let’s hope you can follow): Background: I went to Chile […]

home sweet home

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

i kinda went dark for 10 days there, eh? Not if you follow me on twitter, though.:) Chile is an incredible place. Played on snow covered volcanoes, ran down gigantic sand dunes, and tasted some of the best wine I’ve ever had. And that’s barely scratching the surface. Over the next few days I’ll be […]

Chile so far

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Hello from chile. I have been at the Santiago airport for 7 hours now and our flight isn’t until 7. Hurray for travel days. An iPod touch and free wifi have made the wait more tolerable and ruthie and I have plenty to talk about. I find Spanish very confusing – like French in a […]


Friday, June 12th, 2009

I’ve been sending a lot of emails to book various things in Chile. I’ve noticed some weirdness. The first time I sent out emials, it was to four different places in the same city (Pucon). I sent all of the emails at about 10:30PM (FYI Chile is in the same timezone). I heard back from […]

Chile will be Chilly

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

It’s official – I’m heading to Chile for 10 days at the end of June/beginning of July with my friend Ruth. In typical Jenn style, I’ll be leaving the day after a stagette, and getting home the day of the rehearsal dinner for the same wedding (in which I’m marching). At least there’s not a […]