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Muy pronto voy a Chile por intercambios de estudiantes. Recentamente decidi a buscar por informacion sobre la cultura, historia, y gente de Chile, por mi viaje. Aprendi que Sea Bass es una comida muy popular en la dieta Chileno. Nunca he comido Sea Bass. Alguien aqui en esta sitio ha comido Sea bass? Quiero comer la mayor cantidad de alimentos tradicionales como sea posible, mientras que allí estoy yo. Y tambien quiero saber el sabor de Sea bass, porque si es un pez super "fishy," no voy a gustarle. Y tambien alguien ha visitado Chile y sabe un tipo de comida que necesito tratar, o un buen restaurante? Opiniones o comentas? Grax!

Ani

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updated MAY 20, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA

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LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA:

Some of the practical information is not very popular. But here it is anyway. Get your doctor to prescribe some "Ciprofloxacin" for you. It will be a big help in getting a fast cure if you catch travellers diarrhea. Also, for more immediate relief, carry "immodium" or a generic equivalent. If you get "the trots", it's unpleasant and can ruin a few good days touring. Be prepared. That's the boy scout's motto.

Regards,

Moe.

Thanks Moe. It's nice to know that I have a few options. Je je! Anyway, thanks.

Ani

updated MAY 20, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA:

Some of the practical information is not very popular. But here it is anyway. Get your doctor to prescribe some "Ciprofloxacin" for you. It will be a big help in getting a fast cure if you catch travellers diarrhea. Also, for more immediate relief, carry "immodium" or a generic equivalent. If you get "the trots", it's unpleasant and can ruin a few good days touring. Be prepared. That's the boy scout's motto.

Regards,
Moe.

updated MAY 20, 2009
posted by Moe
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Yes, I heard about the indio thing from a friend. And as far as never rejecting them I think i'll do Ok since I spent a summer in Mexico a year ago and was constantly being invited in it random houses for food or drinks. Latin Americans really are amazingly hospitable towards guests. Thanks, I will try to have as much fun as I can, and I am hoping to really gain something culturally from this trip, so it pretty exciting.

Take care,

Ani

updated MAY 19, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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My life's dream was to be able to build a Temple on the mountains of Ecuador. I don't know maybe I still have time and one day I'll be able to do it. I'll tell you one thing. I love the people of the Sierra (the mountains) the indigenous people. They are the most unpretentious people in the world. They are satisfied with the simple things in life. Remember one thing, don't call them indians (indio), that's a big insult to them. Indigena or cultura indigena is OK. And never turn them down if they offer you something...they'll be mad!!! forget it...OK I think you are now ready...have fun!

updated MAY 19, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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Thanks! (I also plan to visit Ecuador and Peru on my way down, so it should be exciting.)

Ani

updated MAY 19, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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A bass is a fish with a huge mouth, very abundant and well known in the US, so you shouldn't be afraid of the fish itself just be careful how they cook it. I got sick from the water in Ecuador many years ago and I couldn't find a place where I could be decently treated. Just be careful with the food and the water! There's river bass and sea bass. Enjoy your trip!

updated MAY 19, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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