There is so much to say, and I don't know exactly where to start. How about the food. In Chile they eat a large lunch and then have "once" at night which can be crackers with jelly, or bread and salsa, or sandwiches, or something else small. The members take care of lunch durring the week for us, and when I say large I mean LARGE. They start with a little something light, like a green salad. They also usually have some bread in the middle of the table. And then the bring out a huge plate or bowl of the main dish. To finish that is a fine task. Then they bring out a good amount of fruit, and by that time you are suprised you finished the main course. Yesterday we had lasagna, and by the time I was done with that large plate I was feeling a little sick from eating so much. And then I had a little fruit. Either my stomach shrunk, or Chileans are CRAZY eaters. I think it's the second. We walk a lot from place to place. It seems like most of the time of the day is just walking from appointment to appointment. But most of the people here are pretty cool, well except for the couple drunks in our area which I've only run into about twice, and the people who think it's funny to joke around and yell english from across the street, with the very few words they know. "Hello" "How are you". "I'm fine". And in the worst english and the worst accent. But in all seriousness, I love the people of Chile. They are the coolest people, so ¨Bakán¨ or super cool. It is going to be an awesome two years. I can´t wait to hear more from you all.