That they can open their minds and hearts to a new culture, you will enter a country that embraces foreigners and likes to listen to them and learn from them. We work with children and university students who do not know God or have turned their backs, we go to these people with love and you can be the one who can bring those sheep to God's fold.
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|Title||Start Date||End date||Application Deadline||Seats Left||Cost|
|February 2021||01 Feb 2021||28 Feb 2021||03 Dec 2020||10||$424.29|
Chilean culture is an interesting mix of indigenous elements, in particular Mapuches, and the influence of Spanish colonialism (reflected in spoken language and Catholic customs). The large number of European emigrants has also had a profound effect on Chilean society, which is considered relatively homogeneous compared to that of other Latin American countries. The history of Chile is not very different from that of other nations in its environment. It was conquered by the Spanish in the 17th century and experienced a great economic boom thanks to the exploitation of its natural resources. The September 11, 1973 coup that deposed President Salvador Allende and led to General Augusto Pinochet's seventeen-year dictatorship did not prevent Chile from initiating a peaceful transition to democracy in 1990. Chile has recently gained worldwide attention because of to the case of the 33 miners successfully rescued. The capital, Santiago de Chile, is the economic and cultural center of the dominant Chilean society. The customs of Chile extend to the whole country. Chileans live soccer with great passion, although rodeos also have their hobby. Chilean customs make use of the varied geography of the country. Skiing and surfing are very popular, taking advantage of the Chilean mountain ranges and its extensive coastline. Although seafood abounds, Chilean cuisine varies by region.
In Santiago de Chile, summers are hot, arid and clear, and winters are cold and partly cloudy. During the course of the year, the temperature generally varies from 3 ° C to 30 ° C and rarely drops below -1 ° C or rises above 33 ° C.
We live in a space of 16 hectares, we can move freely. To go to our jobs we must travel about half an hour to an hour.
We go to schools, universities and towns. There are occasions that we go to churches, women can wear dresses / skirts or pants, men, it is important that they wear shirts and have a tie handy
There are bedrooms for 2 or more people, drinking water is purchased, there is hot and cold water for showering, we have a washing machine with a minimum associated cost
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