Santa Lucia is a forested and steep hill in the middle of the city, where Santiago was founded in 1541. It is ringed with historical sites and public gardens.
Today has been spent immersed in my first SATW conference, with one of my favorite writers, Tim Cahill, the keynote speaker at our convention in Santiago, Chile
On only two hours sleep in 48 hours, I took a very thorough bus tour of Santiago, Chile, with a couple of stops for walking tours.
On my first trip to South America, I’m here for the Society of American Travel Writers Annual Convention, also my first. I’ll share some photos and notes as I can.
Sinkholes are a serious problem in Central Florida, and the finger can be pointed at overdevelopment. Here’s why: it’s all about the water.