On a serious note, one of the most unique experiences I've had so far (besides getting to know the hilarious and bacan fellow volunteers) was our Human Rights tour led by an actual prisoner during Chile's dictatorship rule (1973 to 1990). This part of Chile's history is still fresh in the minds of Chileans where thousands including men, women and children were tortured and killed while thousands continue to be missing to this day. It was a sobering yet inspirational experience to see the memorials now dedicated to healing and peace.
As promised, here are a few photos from my time here...
View of the Andes
Amazing Race Challenge: Second Stop at Cerro Santa Lucia
View of Santiago from Atop Cerro Santa Lucia
Human Rights Tour - Casa Memoria
Human Rights Tour - Parque por La Paz Villa Grimaldi