Transition to Antofagasta, Chile

Posted: July 13, 2016 in Life in Antofagasta, traveling

This blog is an addition to our newsletter. I can’t fit all the pictures in it to tell what has been going on in our lives since we left Cali, Colombia the end of April. You should know me well by now that I love to tell our story through pictures. These last three months have been really busy and intense. To be honest, I thought the transition would be faster/easier. It has been more challenging than I expected for many reasons. Some of the major ones are: Chilean Spanish really is a new language for us, living here is 3 to 4 times more expensive than Colombia, we are experiencing winter (cold temperatures) for the first time in over 5 years, and we moved from a tropical environment to a desert.

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