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Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In March 2011 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos.

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Well, most of the time the Argentinians are friendlier than the locals in Chile.

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    YC

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    I have made several trips to S. America. This time 8 month and continuing. 15 yrs abroad.
    First time in Chile. A little disappointed with the people. Do not treat a foreigner really well. They don’t want to, they don’t need to. They got copper. Glad to read it will improve in Argentina. It will be my first visit to that country too. Many stray dogs in Chile.

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Glad I made you laugh, Jorge. You are right about the street dogs, saw a few of them in Chile.

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    Jorge Guerra

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    i enjoy a lot reading your blog, i am chilean and i am completely agree related with our accent, even for us is not easy to understand…. so i laughed a lot reading that., the other big difference if you noticed when you stayed in valparaiso, was the huge quantity of street dogs, that is particularly there, here in USA where i live, i have never seen a street dog. that was my biggest fear in chile when i used to ride my motorcycle… here is more easy

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ Jarmo:
    Interesting , Jarmo! I am really used to Argentine accent so maybe that’s why :)

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    Jarmo

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    I ran out of time to explore Chile properly after Argentine, so can’t compare them properly, except I really liked Buenos Aires, I woudln’t mind living there 😉 Interesting about the accent, as I found the Chilean accent way easier. Probably took me a week first in Argentina to start understanding them! :)

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ cornelius Aesop:
    Jealous! Good luck with your budget 😉

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    cornelius Aesop

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    My wife and I will be exploring both countries in February of next year and are excited to discover our own take on the two. I know both are known for being more expensive but hope that we can make it manageable without breaking our budget.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Audrey:
    Yeah, now I’m craving for a Milka double alfajor too!

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    Audrey

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    Mmm, we do love our alfajores and dulce de leche in Argentina. 😀 I wish I could get some of that stuff here in Korea!

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ OutsideTheGuidebook:
    Thanks :) You so have to go to South America, a must do :) No, I cannot dance at all, so no tango :(

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    OutsideTheGuidebook

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    South America is on my travel agenda. Not just yet as got to cover South East Asia first, but deffo sooner rather than later. Did you learn to Tango whilst in Argentina? Nice article!

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Iulian Sirbu:
    Thanks so much for such a detailed comment :) Not sure if it is Chile or Argentina more expensive, but in transport definitely Argentina, in house expensives I heard that Chile.

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    Iulian Sirbu

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    I’ve been to both countries last year, from February to April, but I didn’t spend that much time in Chile – only ten days and in Argentina I spend almost 2 months – 3 weeks in Parque Provincial Aconcagua (I’ve climbed the summit on March, 9th, 2011). As you can see, I spend more time in Argentine and I had the time to get to know the people and their culture. Like you, I liked more the Argentinian Spanish, the Chillenos have to many invented, strange words! :)

    You forgot to mention the Argentinians obsession with manzana – apple flavour in everything! And the dulce de leche it was too much for me: at the beginning, I liked it, but after a while, when I was inside a candy shop, 90% of the cakes they were with dulce de leche! I didn’t use a mobile phone, but I used my iPod and I found free wi-fi in a lot of places in Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Santiago de Chile. When I was in need to make a phone call, I was going to one of the many locutorios! I was surprised to find a lot of bookshops in Buenos Aires and I had a really good time talking with newspapers sellers, they have a lot of knowledge and you may talk with them about history and politics for hours!

    In both countries the politics play a important role and no matter where I was going I was passing by people protesting (only in capital cities).

    Overall, Chile seems to me an expensive country than Argentina. Inside Chile I travel by train, because it was cheaper than the bus (day trips to Rancagua par example)

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Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In 2010 she quit her stewardess job and since hasn't stopped. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos.

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