CHILE by kellen gibbs

Chile has a rich history dating all the way back to the 16th century. Chile was under Inca rule in the north, but in the south Mapuche rule. Chile was founded September 18, 1810.
Chile is divided into three sections: Andean cordillera on the east; low coastal mountains of the west; fertile central valley in between. Chile is 291,933 miles squared.
Most Chileans speak Spanish. but some speak their native languages, German, English. The currency in Chile is a Chilean peso. 1 US Dollar= 665.10 Chilean Peso. A few indigenous people here are the: Aymara, Colla, and the Kawashkar. 17.95 million people live in Chile
The driest place on Earth, the Atacama Desert, is found here. The Maui Easter Island is one of the 8 wonders of the world. It was first discovered in 1722. Chile's Andes Mountains has some of the world's largest and active volcanoes.
Chile es largo. Chile es rocoso. Chile es bonita. Chile es vistoso. Chile es no amplio. Chile es
The most traditional music and dance is the cueca. It first appeared in 1824. Since 8/18/1979 this has been the official national dance.
A popular dish found in Chile is cazuela. This meal is mainly for lunch, but can also be used for dinner.
Another popular Chilean dish is Pastel de choclo. Traditionally a late summer dish.
The Chilean culture has been a mix of Spanish colonial elements with indigenous (mostly Mapuche) culture. The Mapuche were some of the early settlers in Chile. There is still an indigenous tribe of the Mapuche living near the Andes Mountains.<iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>.
Most Chileans celebrate Carnaval Andino Con la Fuerza del Sol ( the Andean Festival with the Strength of the Sun). In this festival, many people, including the indigenous tribe, gather with lavish costumes, dance groups, and brass bands.
En Chile hay un monton de comidas y custumbres nativas. En Chile hay un monton de cosas que hacer que son divertidas.
There is a variety of things that you can do in Chile. One of them being climbing volcanoes. Most of the climbable volcanoes are found throughout the Andes. It's mainly rainy and cold so be sure to pack warm. Most of the volcanoes are for experienced climbers but there are some volcanoes that require little experience. Suele estar soleado. Siempre esta nublado.
There is also kayaking/rafting. Chile’s many frothy rivers and streams afford incomparable rafting opportunities. The rivers that you'll be kayaking down are the Rio Bio Bio and the Rio Futaleufu. The temperature averages right around 56 degrees. Definitely need a life vest. It costs roughly 20$/day or 10,000 pesos. El mejor momemto para ir es el verano. El agua esta fria aunque.
Chile has an international, and well-deserved, reputation as one of the finest fly-fishing destinations in the world. Most of the fly-fishing will take place on the coast from November to May. Most places will charge around 500$/day. Of course you'll need a pole and all the fishing gear you need. The temperature is usually 61 degrees. Es relajante. Tenga cuidado al pascar bajo la lluvia.
White water rafting is also a main attraction here in Chile. This activity takes place on the Rio Bio Bio river as well. The temperature is a chilly 56 degrees. Be sure to bring a life vest as well as a water-proof jacket and a helmet. It costs about 240$ a person. Asegurese de tomar fotos. Es peligroso.
The last but certainly not least activity is horseback riding. Most horse trekking will take place near the southern part of Chile at Antilco Horsetrekking. The temperature is right around 59 degrees. All you really need is a saddle, some gloves and whatever you're wearing. Most places will charge 25-50$ per hour. Todo el mundo lo disfrutara. Necesitas locion solar.
Created By
Kellen Gibbs


Created with images by David Berkowitz - "Chilean Flag - La Moneda - Presidential Palace - Santiago, Chile" • pablo/T - "valparaiso" • jstarj - "torres del paine south america mountains" • ::RodrixParedes:: - "Las Condes, Santiago 2014" • pamezamorano - "rapa nui moai easter island" • Carlos Reusser Monsálvez - "Cerro Polanco, en Valparaíso" • Ilustre Municipalidad de Molina - "Nacional de Cueca (10)" • Hans - "cheese casserole vegetable casserole cook" • Wendy Schotsmans - "Pastel de Choclo" • francisco_osorio - "CL Society 244: Three students" • CucombreLibre - "Valparaiso-B-031" • Fernando50 - "popocatépetl volcano mexico" • Unsplash - "boat kayak harbor" • LoveToTakePhotos - "salmon alaska fishing" • falco - "rafting canyon gorge" • rtadlock - "untitled image"

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