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EscapeArtist Chile Update: November 2014

October was a blur. I got to spend five weeks in Chile getting some things in order and preparing for next year’s extended stay. While Frank holds down the fort in Chile, having expatriated there over two years ago, I continue making the commute.  I’m getting my foundation set up there, in order to prepare ... Read More

Viña Stock-bus Racing: Part 3

As mentioned in part 1, the colors of the buses don’t immediately make sense. At first I just thought they were different companies. However, as I later found out, the colors actually represent different areas. While there is some overlap that can be confusing at times, generally you should be able to watch for the

Viña Stock-bus Racing: Part 1

At first it was all intimidating to me. The buses with various numbers, colors and unfamiliar destinations, were overwhelming. My Spanish is still poor enough that communication can be quite a challenge, especially when folks are trying to hurry.

A Rich Surprise in a Beautiful Valley: La Bota de Olmué

I love surprises. No, not when someone jumps out and startles me. I’m talking about the sort of surprise that delights you – the sort of thing you don’t expect, but find out you were looking for without knowing it was even there to look for.

Echinuco: Encounter Chilean Cuisine and Wine – Part 2

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" ""> As I walked around  Echinuco, I discovered the largest empanada I’d ever seen. For those unfamiliar with them, empanadas are basically turnovers, made from flour dough, with meat and vegetables inside. They can be baked or fried. Chilenos have their own special way of making them. They’re ... Read More

Red Hot Chile – 10/17/2014

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" ""> Radio Show Topic Opportunities in Chile’s 3rd, 4th & 5th Regions Radio Show Description Introduction: Thanks to Stitcher Radio and iTunes Finishing with the northern parts of Chile Segment 1: Books on Chile – Slang: -“He lent you clothes” – lying on someone else’s behalf ... Read More

What If Deflation Wins?

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" ""> Since writing last month that inflation was on the rise, things have taken an abrupt turn. Look at the deflationary

Echinuco: Encounter Chilean Cuisine and Wine – Part 1

< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" ""> “What other exciting things have you found here?” my friend asked as we walked away from yet another amazing opportunity at Echinuco. I had been there much of the morning, scoping things out, trying different samples and looking for opportunities to learn and network. When more friends ... Read More