Resolved Question: Moving to Santiago, Chile
I'm moving to Santiago in a few months and I'd like to have an idea for the best neighborhoods to live in. I'll be working near Lo Barnechea.
Preferably a neighborhood located very close to areas where:
I can walk for fitness
Air is not terribly polluted
There is a beginner's yoga studio
There is PUBLIC TRANSPORT (can't drive)
I can walk for leisure and easily find grocery stores/ markets/ book stores/ cafes
At least 2 bedrooms/ 2 baths
Furnished would be ideal too
Budget: less than 1,000 monthly
Also would it be more economical to ship things or buy them in Chile (sheets, towels, paintings, christmas tree, etc)
Thank you for any feedback you can provide! I hear Providencia is a cool place, but how exactly do I go about finding places there?
Posted on 10 February 2014 | 4:24 am
Resolved Question: Is "east chile"
Like when speaking about places and stuff.
Posted on 8 June 2013 | 11:57 am
Resolved Question: Nice city in CHILE for a
like a city with big buildings.or just a city.kinda like united states.
Posted on 20 January 2012 | 2:31 pm
Resolved Question: Which jobs/degrees are in
hi, Im hoping people who live in Chile can answer this question for me.
I really plan on moving there someday and I was wondering how I can comfortably achieve this goal?
Like, Im not expecting to make bank by that time but I'm in community college right now and Im still trying to decide what would be a good degree to have in mind for when I transfer to a 4 year.
and also, should I maybe think about transferring to a four year university in Chile? I live in US...
I was thinking maybe getting a teaching degree in English/Spanish, would that be useful in Chile?
International business? Im not good at math tho :(
ANy information about jobs or making a decent income in the country of Chile would be wonderful, it is my dream to live there.
thank you so much in advance!
Posted on 6 November 2011 | 10:53 am
Resolved Question: Considering relocating to
I'll be living alone so I'm curious about "safer" areas to live. Or let me know which areas to definitely avoid. I would like to live close to the city but would like somewhere that isn't outrageously expensive (if possible). Personal experiences or useful websites would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Posted on 19 November 2010 | 2:27 pm